The name might be Dutch, but the product is made in Richmond. Hinmaton Hisler is the designer and builder behind Stijl Cycles, a two-year-old company based in Manchester. Hisler is one of the three principals of Tektonics Design Group, which has a large fabrication shop in Manchester. The company designs and manufactures metal and wood… Read more »
A $3.8 million foreclosure on West Broad Street. Plus a ton of lower priced houses from all over town.
Some big sales this week, including a $1 million office/warehouse space and 53 acres purchased by a large retailer in Powhatan.
Some new restaurants this week. Plus, Christmas retailers are starting to pop up.
A venture capital firm founded by one of Richmond’s most prominent businessmen is embroiled in yet another lawsuit over a funding deal gone sour.
When it comes to moving tickets, there’s no better sales pitch than a miraculous run to the Sweet 16 or the Final Four.
The tobacco industry is getting even more high tech as an Altria subsidiary was issued a patent this week for cloning nicotine genes. Plus patents from MeadWestvaco, IBM, Honeywell and others.
The Brink’s Co. is known for its cash-toting trucks, and the company’s outgoing chief executive stands to make a truckload, too.
Site work is under way at West Broad Street and Glenside Drive on a new location for the local franchise of an extended stay hotel chain.
John Sayles and sister, Demetria, recently opened Carlyle’s Cafe, a Southern food joint on West Main Street near VCU.