Richmond-based Franklin Development Group wants to turn an old industrial building at 3200 W. Clay St. into 131 apartments.
A former federal regulator joins the board of a local bank, local executives make some big stock sales and bank earnings keep rolling in.
A massive Docket this week, with lots of developer and contractor disputes and a ton of medical malpractice lawsuits. And a computer leasing company wants to collect more than $200,000 from SunTrust while a participant of a “mud run” is suing for millions for an injury he allegedly suffered after diving into a mud pit at an event on Brown’s Island.
A local makeup boutique will move this year from Patterson Avenue to a bigger space in the Shops at Libbie and Grove.
A well known local businessman is using a portion of his stake in Richmond’s biggest bank to pay down a loan on a condo project.
Deals this week from Harris Williams, BB&T Capital Markets and Marriott & Co, plus a 90-year-old local company makes an acquisition out west.
The New-Jersey based manufacturing company is investing $27.5 million to expand its local operations and create dozens of new jobs.
City & Guilds filed a special use permit for a four-story building with retail space on the first floor.
A huge Herd this week, with some big changes in banking and tons of moves in marketing/advertising.
New Kent Courthouse Village, a stalled $30 million mixed-use development modeled after a traditional English village, had its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection dismissed.