Developer David Gammino has moved onto his next apartment project—a historic property in Jackson Ward. Gammino isn’t making it easy on himself by using green building and historical preservation techniques at the same time.
Best names this week: Estatescapes and Whistle While U Work.
Treating sick patients is a healthy business, or at least it was in 2008, the most recent year for which audited hospital financials are available. BizSense has the profits and margins at area hospitals, plus a brief salary list of some of the higher paid employees at Bon Secours.
Another for-profit private university is cropping up in Short Pump, leasing more than 50,000 square feet at the former S&K Menswear warehouse.
Two years of declining enrollments have forced a 17-year-old Henrico day care into bankruptcy protection, but the owner has a plan to turn things around.
A financer leaves for North Carolina, and the Better Business Bureau and Virginia Historical Society announce new board members.
A Connecticut company wants to build a fueling station for hydrogen-powered vehicles somewhere in Richmond within the next two years.
The value of existing commercial real estate in Chesterfield County dropped an average of 6.4 percent or $418 million last year, according to the county assessor’s office.
This week the foreclosed properties have been arranged by county.
FHA rules, oversupply and looming shadow inventory are among the obstacles facing Richmond condo developers