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.
A local private equity fund has acquired another online retailer and plans to launch a fifth website in a month or two.
The Midlothian-based homebuilder was sued last week by Regions Bank for money owed on a defaulted multimillion-dollar line of credit.
Some major departures this week, including general counsel at Dominion and positions in city and state government. Plus new hires in law, investing and marketing.
A Midlothian inventor created a new pill organizer for the elderly. Plus an armor composite.
A local bank said last week that it expects to enter a written agreement and turnaround plan with state and federal regulators.