Chesterfield County reports a new law firm. A mobile bartending service is on tap in Henrico County. New retail, construction/trades and more on this week’s list.
Richmond BizSense and a festive crowd of 300 strong packed into a downtown office building undergoing renovations for the last Hard Hat of the year Wednesday evening.
Lots of transfers this week, including a $7.5 million sale of a former big box store to a gambling firm in Richmond, and an airport hotel changing hands in Henrico County for $4 million. Become a BizSense Pro member and get all of this week’s sales.
A year after acquiring a longtime Richmond-based commercial brokerage, a growing local real estate firm is adding to its portfolio.
A Midlothian-area community known for its collection of primarily Craftsman-style homes is looking to introduce an architectural style not typically seen in metro Richmond’s outermost suburban rings.
A new business that’s looking to be the Airbnb of warehouses is preparing for a 2019 launch with nearly $1 million in startup capital.
CarMax claims a company has infringed on its trademark and is conspiring to hurt its business, and a technology/leasing firm says it is due more than $1 million in payments. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
As it starts to serve up prepared meals on the side, a local restaurant chain is growing in the Short Pump location that got it all cooking.
CarMax delves into e-commerce, a new REIT sells 125,00 shares during its IPO, a local insurance executive announces he’s stepping down and several insiders buy and sell shares.
In a bid to build a new town hall, the Town of Ashland is planning a real estate swap of sorts.