Midlothian-based Rebkee Company completely revamped its business model, branching out from developing locations for drugstore chain CVS to placing the winning bid on some iconic buildings.
More properties in The Fan than usual. Plus a $650,000 home in Midlothian and more land in New Kent County.
Interesting new business names of the week: Grateful Gypsy, Circus Jumps, and dentist office called Who Does Your Teeth. Plus, a license for a new burger joint in Henrico.
Tons of industrial leases. Plus Q BBQ expands in Henrico.
SportsQuest founder Steve Burton posted a letter to address the suit and give an update on the business, including stating that parts of the venture are up for sale.
If a Northern Virginia delegate gets his wish, bar patrons won’t have to have to know the secret password to get happy hour specials anymore.
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.