The sale of apartments in Richmond for $3.4 million topped the transfers this week. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
An S-shaped building containing 271 units above 10,000 square feet of commercial space is proposed at 423 Hull St., a 2-acre site currently used as a surface parking lot.
Green Leaf Medical, which was only able to offer oil-based products until recently, plans to open locations in Short Pump and Carytown within 90 days.
The annual celebration of the region’s fastest-growing companies will be held the day before, with tickets open to the general public for the first time since the list’s inception.
A landlord seeks $438,000 for a lease default at Gayton Crossing Shopping Center. A plaintiff says he is due $65,000 over an Alfa Romeo. BizSense Pro members have access to the entire docket.
Toy Lair, which launched three years ago as an online retailer, is entering the brick-and-mortar world at 3222 W. Cary St.
The once-high-profile local house-flipper scored a legal victory, with the judge pointing a finger at a local real estate law firm.
The seven-story, 238,000-square-foot complex at 13 E. 3rd St. would include a mix of more than 200 apartments, townhouses and ground-floor commercial space.
A new commercial building in Henrico for $23.2 million topped this week’s permits. For the entire list of permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
Don’t Look Back South is scheduled to shutter by Oct. 30 and a buyer is sought for the storefront at 7524 Forest Hill Ave.