The new owners of Richmond’s professional soccer club are looking to net seven figures in new cash as their regime begins.
Six months after paying $15 million for a Broad Street office building in Henrico, the investment arm of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has lured a state agency from downtown to help fill out the property.
A South Carolina-based bank has a glassy new space to call home in Richmond.
Commonwealth Commercial Partners reports the following deals: Classic Party Rentals of Virginia leased 1,985 square feet at 14211 Midlothian Turnpike. Ben Bruni represented the tenant. Colliers International reports the following deal: AARP leased 6,082 square feet at 901 E. Byrd Street. David Wilkins, Matt Anderson, Trib Sutton and Scott Durham represented the landlord. Cushman &… Read more »
A transfer of a storage company in Henrico for $8 million leads this week’s list of commercial property sales. To read the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The patriarch of a prolific area restaurant group and a former General Assembly enrolling clerk are selling their Richmond residence alongside the James River in favor of their other river home along the Rappahannock.
Chesterfield County reports a CBD store. Henrico County reports a mobile vet service and a catering firm. To get the entire list of new businesses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A Henrico-based hotelier is making its first splash in the city with plans for an eight-story hotel downtown. It will be the first AC Hotel by Marriott location in the state and the project also will include 10 condos.
Two sisters are bringing another booze-infused bake shop to the city – with chocolate Hennessy and Patron margarita cupcakes on the menu.
A former mayoral candidate claims a TV station defamed him and seeks damages of $1.35 million, and plaintiffs say a law firm failed to promptly disburse $1.2 million in funds being held in trust for a client. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.