The Greater Richmond Partnership, which works to bring new companies to the area, has a snazzy new website.
The Richmond office of the commercial brokerage firm GVA Advantis apparently has escaped the ax. On Monday the company said it will close offices in Newport News and Northern Virginia. And unlike at the Norfolk office, where brokers have left for other firms, GVA’s Richmond brokers are staying put — for now.
Development of the next retail complex at Short Pump is back on schedule.
FireFox 3.5 fixes many of the problems with 3.0. It’s fast, reliable and even has a nifty Twitter option.
A Chesterfield apartment complex is being told by the County government to take down road-front signs on its property to comply with zoning laws. The apartment complex says the signs are the most effective form of advertising and that the development is a huge economic engine.
VCU Health System has the third highest death rate for heart attack victims in Virginia and a higher mortality rate than the national average, according to a recent study.
Board Paradise is locked today and there is a sign out front possibly warning the store’s owners not to have the locks change.
LaidOffCampRVA is a one night gathering for the areas unemployed, and underemployed, to share their experiences and get advice from each other, according to organizer Connie Salinas.
s Williamson’s Drug Company, a local pharmacy, leased 16,000 square feet at 1550-1590 E. Parham Road in Henrico. And Standex Engraving purchased the 129,000-square-foot industrial building at 5901 Lewis Road in Sandston from Vantec Inc. for $4.5 million.
A major electronics retailer is opening multiple stores in Richmond, possibly taking over some locations left behind by Circuit City.