JPMorgan Chase moves its local team of five from Innsbrook to Three James Center.
BizSense catches up with Fountainhead Development principal Rick Gregory.
A few homes in the near west end this week. Plus a $1.3 million foreclosure for a handful of properties in Chesterfield and a $900,000 home in Hanover.
A major employer in Richmond has plans to add a new financial services processing center in a mostly industrial part of Henrico County.
A local nonprofit has merged with a Missouri organization, acquired a new name and added a second U.S. office.
Coplay Building Products Co. leased 14,415 square feet in Henrico County while mattress company Sleepy’s leased another retail location at Virginia Center Station. Plus Bonefish Grill leased land at West Broad Village to build a restaurant.
Hankins & Anderson says it was shorted hundreds of thousands of dollars for work on the newly renovated Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Condrey Construction, which thrived during the housing boom by building high-end homes, files bankruptcy.
A local REIT puts the brakes on a big hotel purchase and then announces an even larger deal; a local pharmaceutical firm does a reverse split on its stock; big bonuses for Brink’s execs; and Owens & Minor executives cash in on tons of stock options.
Richmond couples offer a glimpse into what it’s like to work with your spouse.