LabCorp leased 31,000 square feeet at Villa Park, while The Phoenix leased 2,600 square feet on West Cary Street. Plus a handful of new leases in the Manchester section of Richmond.
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Even one of Richmond’s most prominent families could not sustain a lifestyle that was running a $20,000 deficit every month.
Lots of construction companies trying to collect. Plus a sprinkler company wants the court to affirm its Mechanic’s Lien on one of Justin French’s former properties, and asking that the property be sold. And a Richmond golf bag manufacturer is claiming a competitor is infringing on its patent.
BizSense catches up with Fountainhead Development principal Rick Gregory.
A local paperboard manufacturer joined with a Pennsylvania packaging company.
We’ll know soon enough how long Justin French will spend in prison — what’s less clear is how long it will take Richmond to clean up his mess. For now, the state Department of Historic Resources is taking steps to prevent future abuse of its tax credit program.
To the Bottom and Back (2BNB) adds its fourth bus, along with tourism-related plans.
A hearing to present the state’s case against developer Justin French on multiple fraud charges will be continued until next year.
A government program to help enterprises secure cheaper bond financing has fallen flat.
One of the most active developers in the City of Richmond is letting some of his property go into foreclosure so that he can expel an investor and renegotiate his loans with his bank. That investor happens to be one of the biggest companies in Richmond.