A local bagel entrepreneur is following his gut and expanding from the West End to downtown.
Some of the best business ideas are hatched over a few beers.
A pretty regular run-down this week.
A New York development company wants to sell a downtown plot where it hoped to build a massive, 30-story high-rise. Plus it’s auctioning off unsold condos in a nearby building and selling a commercial building on Broad Street.
Commonwealth Biotechnologies has asked shareholders to approve deals to sell off its former headquarters facility and its Australian subsidiary, which is its main source of business.
Zeller+Gmelin Corporation purchased a 83,247 square foot industrial building from Independent Container Line Ltd for $4.4 million. Spy Rock Real Estate leased 1,500 square on Cary Street.
Facing eviction at the hands of its landlord, a Chesterfield baseball school has called in its lawyer from the bullpen.
Three burned-out properties on the 200 block of East Grace Street are finally getting made over.
Tons of insider trades, plus a new board member at Union First Market Bank.
New medical practices and some new restaurants. Best new name, a caterer called Green Monkey.