Ten months after he was accused of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case, a notorious Richmond landlord has agreed to a settlement that federal regulators expect to secure payment to those he owes.
It’s out with the old and in with the new for a condemned building along one of the city’s prime commercial corridors.
Looking to feed its cult-like following, a restaurant group birthed in Dukes territory is doubling down with its second location and concept in Richmond.
After a $2.1 million capital campaign and nearly two years of renovation efforts, an Art Deco gem in the heart of Ashland is set to reopen Dec. 26.
‘You just have to fight the Amazons of the world,’ said John King, whose new shop will mark a new chapter for an Arts District storefront.
Richmond BizSense is making its annual call to all locally based, privately held companies as we compile our biggest and most comprehensive BizSense List of the year.
Facing two court rulings against him and upwards of $750,000 in reported debt, a once-high-profile local house rehabber has filed for personal bankruptcy protection.
The weather may be frigid, but the local high-end home market stayed hot last month, with each of the top five most-expensive sales fetching seven-figure prices.
The reinvention of a downtown bike shop is complete.
Nearly two years after his last employer was acquired by an out-of-town competitor, a veteran local banking executive has come off the sidelines to help a Northern Virginia-based bank continue its push into the Richmond market.