Vulcan Materials Company leased 12,360 square feet at Ironbridge Commons, 5601 Ironbridge Parkway in Chesterfield. Allied Pallet Company leased 26,190 square feet at 1401 Ingram Street in Richmond. P. T. O’Malley Lumber Company, Inc. purchased a 156,485-square-foot manufacturing facility on 92.58 acres in Essex County for $1,250,000. A ton of other deals this week.
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Indianapolis-based retailer hhgregg is taking another Circuit City location, this time in Colonial Heights.
R.L. Kent Publishing Company trading as The Community Weekly leased 1,600 square feet at 301 Southlake Boulevard in Chesterfield.Sestra Bridal leased 4,800 square feet at Bermuda Crossroads in Chesterfield. McMahon Homes Inc. leased 1,800 square feet at 4441 Cox Road in Henrico.
Eric Engler started Velocity Motorcycles mostly as a place to store and repair his personal motorcycle collection. Now the store has three full-time mechanics and some of the most unusual bikes around. This week, BizSense talks retail and how sometimes even a business owner gets a little too attached to the merchandise.
Richmond Volleyball Club purchased the 73,500 square foot former Brown Distributing facility at 2921 Byrdhill Road in Henrico for $2.4 million. The Kane Company, an office services company, leased 48,500 square feet at 11810 N. Lakeridge Parkway in Hanover.
Petco, a national pet store chain, leased 14,600 square feet at Staples Mill Square in Henrico.DVA Healthcare Renal Care leased 7,000 square feet at 8801-8815 Three Chopt Rd. in Henrico. Rugged Wearhouse leased 14,111 square feet at Circuit City Plaza in Henrico
As soon as it seems dead in the water, the baseball debate in Richmond keeps coming back. Charlie Diradour extended his hand in peace today to those in the opposite dugout at a news conference he called. Connecticut, the giant Indian sculpture, looked down over the scene, a thick layer of pollen dusted over its… Read more »
Sometimes good things don’t come to those who wait. David Napier, president of the Shockoe Bottom Neighborhood Association, and his fellow business merchants are questioning why Richmond will not be getting a baseball stadium and more than $300 million in development to potentially help rocket the area into a thriving hub of commerce.
Benchmark Wealth Advisors, Inc. leased 920 square feet at 4198 Cox Road in Henrico. Electronic Systems, Inc. leased 18,000 square fet at 10406 Lakeridge Parkway in Hanover County.
The Midlothian Initiative to Revitalize Rights of Way plans to ask the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors this fall to raise property tax rates on some businesses along Midlothian Turnpike to pay for $340,000 in landscaping.