A cider startup leases space in the city. A law firm takes new space downtown. And a big lease out near The Diamond.
All aboard a new business called the Lunchboat. Plus a new crepe shop in Carytown and something called The Domino Affect.
Pennsylvania-based Yapple Yogurt made its Carytown debut Wednesday but got a frosty reception from its next-door neighbor: Sweet Frog.
A restaurant is in a dispute with its landlord. Plus a partnership at a car dealer fell apart. And a bank is trying to collect on a loan to a furniture business.
Tons of insider trades this week, especially at local banks. Plus Genworth’s new chief executive gets some hefty stock awards.
The area’s office market, which saw vacancy skyrocket above 20 percent after the recession decimated some of Richmond’s largest companies, has rebounded as another big tenant just signed a lease.
Two Richmond technology firms with a family connection merged last week.
Tons of single family homes and some commercial tenant up-fits Plus an addition at RIC and a new Panera in Carytown.
A patent for a high-tech wound dressing from a Richmond company. A local man invents a training system for bank shots in billiards. And a Mechanicsville company gets a patent for an automated bowling system.
Portions of a largely undeveloped commerce park in King William County are headed for the auction block.