A housing nonprofit CEO departs, law firms add associates, several promotions at an architecture firm, and new faces in real estate, marketing and more.
The developer seeks rezoning for a mix of residential units and up to 200,000 square feet of commercial space including a grocery store and a hotel.
The seller paid $1.5 million for the Exchange Alley Lofts at 8 S. 14th St. in 2017 and said he sold it for the $1.3 million profit.
The coffee retailer remodeled and added a drive-thru for its cafe. The chain is also planning a takeout-only concept in the Fan.
A 334-acre development is planned beside Westchester Commons, a city parking lot is slated for a temporary GRTC transfer station, and Hanover is starting to review its comprehensive plan.
The most expensive home on the auction list this week is a $386,121 house in Chesterfield’s Brandy Oaks subdivision. For the entire list of foreclosures, become a BizSense Pro member.
SimpliSafe plans to hire more than 250 people to staff a security monitoring center at 4840 Cox Road in Innsbrook.
In case you missed them, this week’s top 5 includes tales of a new seafood restaurant at a local mall, a barber shop chain owner’s sizable home, a startup looking to prevent bed wetting, the sale of a longtime frame shop and the highest-priced land deal per-acre in the Scott’s Addition area in recent memory.
Chesterfield reports a notary, new janitorial services, construction services and more. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The $2.25 million purchase of apartments in Richmond was the week’s top sale and 52,875 square feet in Chesterfield was the top lease.