All four say they have capital to invest in Richmond at a real estate panel discussion last night.
GVM is ready to get down to business, and its success hinges largely on launching a mutual fund that Gibson hopes to grow to $500 million in the next five years.
Plenty of movement in insurance, architecture and banking, plus the head of local technology trade group is leaving his post.
Some of the top honchos who used to run Wachovia Securities will again be working downtown after their growing startup leased space in a vacated Shockoe Slip brewery.
The Crown Vic’s days are numbered at Groome Transportation.
Lots of construction disagreements this week, plus some slip and falls.
Developer Hank Wilton is called on to answer for his financial choices, including why he accumulated so many lots and why he sold an Aston Martin for $46,000.
Rick Waugh, 36, is a social worker from Louisa County. He is challenging incumbent Rep. Eric Cantor.
More building lots, plus a parking lot downtown.
Richmond consumers continue to cut overall spending, but a few segments are starting to see their sales numbers rebound including clothing and hardware stores.