The $86 million sale of apartments in Henrico is the top transfer. (BizSense Pro membership required)
This week’s licenses from Richmond, Chesterfield and Henrico include restaurants, retail, construction. transportation and more.
The purchase of 19,390 square feet of industrial space in Richmond for $3.7 million was the week’s top sale and 35,252 square feet in Hanover was the top lease.
Better Housing Coalition is seeking rezoning for 112 apartments and 28 for-sale townhomes off Dabbs House Road.
The big three — Bank of America, Truist and Wells Fargo — maintained their control of more than three quarters of the region’s $57 billion in deposits.
“We’re looking at the whole concept for the five acres as something like a LaDiff village,” co-owner Andy Thornton said of the furniture retailer’s future home on Commerce Road.
A Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority tenant wants $450,000 in damages, claiming carbon monoxide poisoning. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
Altria closes a big wine deal, Dominion finds a buyer for its pipeline business and Markel closes the book on an investigation into its Bermuda operations.
The Board of Supervisors OK’d both massive developments with minimal comment after no opposition from the public in related hearings.
Ward Tefft will let Berkley and Chris McDaniel take over in a deal expected to close Friday. WonTon, the store’s feline mascot, will stick around.