A Scott’s Addition-based agency’s media services division picks up work in Roanoke, a national clothing retailer selects a Richmond firm as its creative lead, and a local sports advocacy nonprofit selects an area shop to brand an extension of the Virginia Capital Trail.
“Our industry, we were the first shut down, and we will be the last to reopen, because what we do is big gatherings of people.”
Local developer Clark Glavé has put the finishing touches on his multimillion-dollar renovation of a 20,000-square-foot, 19th-century mansion that’s seen its fair share of global viral outbreaks.
County governments launch programs to support local restaurants in response to COVID-19, Hanover hires Goochland’s county administrator, and RRHA’s CEO resigns a year after he arrived.
The deal amounts to just over $1 million per acre, and gives the school part of the land it needs for its planned athletic village. Meanwhile, it’s decided to pump the breaks on its $16 million emergency room in New Kent County.
A new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops leases.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to alter the world as we know it, area ad agencies are rolling out new work that’s playing a part in the response, while also adjusting how they reflect a cultural landscape that is changing by the day.
“We have to ensure that we don’t get into a toilet paper situation.”
A sale in a new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops the leases.
Henrico reports the $15 million sale of an office park, and a car dealership sells its property for $14 million. For all of this week’s transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.