The Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Roundup for 12.23.11

Mexican restaurant Plaza Azteca paid $1.5 million for a new location while an investment group paid $1 million for an office building on Monument Ave. that has a CPA firm as a tenant. Plus lots of leases, and a historic building on E. Broad Street sold for $520,000.

Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Round Up 11.4.11

Some big sales closed this week by One South Commercial and Grubb & Ellis. Plus, big spaces leased at Reynolds crossing and yet another frozen yogurt shop takes space.

Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Round Up for 9.10.11

MOFO Realty purchased a 3,100-square-foot office property on Cary Street from Walters Construction Company, Inc. for $325,000. Plus Electro Luminix bought a building and a government agency leased some new space.

Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Round Up 8.26.11

Gold’s Gym just bought a 23,000 property for $1.1 million. Plus frozen yogurt shop Sweet Frog is adding another location. And a Short Pump retail building sold for $2 million.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 7.6.11

More fallout over a Mayo Island billboard the City of Richmond wants taken down. Plus a sour lawsuit between business partners at a Western Henrico candy shop. And a railroad company wants to collect $25 million in fuel surcharges it says power companies haven’t paid.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 6.21.11

Another company says it overpaid taxes in the City of Richmond and wants a refund while a law firm is trying to collect on a $100,000 bill and a bank wants $850,000 from a borrower. And a slip and fall suit from Denny’s, where a plaintiff claims a booth fell while she was in it.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 6.14.11

The Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond is seeking judgments from a handful of businesses and a major local law firm is trying to collect $200,000 from a client. Plus Padow’s Deli is trying to get rid of a franchisee it says isn’t paying its bill, while landlords try to collect backed rent from a record store chain. And a plaintiff is suing the Greater Richmond Transit Authority for, $1 million, claiming he was tossed from the bus into a metal bench by the bus driver when he refused to get off the bus or pay the additional fare.