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The university bought the 0.15-acre parcel for $183,000 but James River Distillery will lease the space and keep operating for at least two years.
Owner Nicole Clayton expanded from North Carolina and launched The Loft at Steamer Co. 5 in February despite the pandemic.
Out-of-town buyers snap up the office and condo tower at 1001 Haxall Point and the building at Libbie Mill Midtown at 4901 Bakers Mill Lane.
The chair of the Virginia Parole Board claims she was defamed in media reports and wants damages of $8 million. BizSense Pro members have access to the entire docket.
Lyons and Associates’ score of 17-under was the best among the 25 foursomes that played the captain’s choice event.
The local developer is constructing a pair of three-story, mixed-use buildings that would add 122 residential units at 3800 Government Road.
Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar, which thrived during the pandemic, plans to make use of its new outpost’s bigger kitchen.
The online used-car retailer is moving forward with a $25 million vehicle inspection and processing center in Chester as its car vending machine goes up in Richmond.