Capreit, a Maryland-based owner and operator of apartment properties, recently sold off two large complexes in Henrico.
A Richmond homebuilder operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection will be turning over almost 100 houses and building lots to its lenders.
Two local communications firms have merged. Cottrell Communications acquired assets from a competitor for an undisclosed amount of cash.
We asked citizens of BizSense Nation for their 2009 reflections and their 2010 resolutions.
The Flying Squirrels hire a manager and some coaches. Plus some turnover at law firms and new hires in engineering and higher education.
A Virginia-based outdoors gear and apparel shop is upping its game now that a national chain has come to town. It’s also likely opening a local outlet concept where customers can also order online while in the store.
A local husband and wife will make their network TV debut Friday when they pitch their company to five self-made millionaire investors on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
In this first in a monthly series on emerging business trends, we find Richmond homebuyers aren’t cutting their budgets so much as they are focusing on quality. Relatively speaking, small, quaint and more efficient is the new standard for custom housing.
A new Republican governor in Virginia could mean new opportunities for businesses in the Commonwealth. Perhaps no enterprise has more to gain than independent liquor stores, should ABC be disbanded. And more flexible rules will finally let pubs advertise their happy hour specials on a placard or sign outside their establishments. This week, BizSense chats with Tom Lisk, a veteran attorney who lobbies for the restaurant and hospitality industries.
At Virginia universities with winning football programs, season tickets sales are steady or growing. No recession there. But business is much tougher when you’re not winning.