Lots of property in Church Hill this week. Plots lots of homes in Chesterfield.
A Hungarian company wants to get its hands on Virginia Commonwealth University’s waste water, and it’s opened its first U.S. office here.
Two investment bankers have left a Richmond brokerage to launch the first Virginia office of a Memphis-based broker dealer.
The loss of Circuit City was intensely personal for Richmond-based filmmaker Tom Wulf. In this week’s guest opinion, he explains why it failed.
The former Emrick Chevrolet & Standard Automotive dealership site at 1801 Chamberlayne Avenue was sold for $1 mllion for a future beauty supplies store. Plus Kipling Financial Services LLC leased 3,132 square feet and Sapori Italian Restaurant leased 4,051 square feet in Festival Park in Chester.
Lots of insider trades. Plus Apple REIT closed on 18 hotels.
A local company that financed small-home builders during the boom is facing foreclosure on more than four dozen lots in several developments across the region.
Google just keeps destroying business models. This latest one is great for Richmond businesses that want to cut their office phone bill.
New restaurants and new contractors. Best name: Hawkeye Racing Graphics.
A slim herd, on account of Thanksgiving. But hires in wealth management, banking and IT.