McGriff is settling into its new 7,500 square feet at 2200 Old Brick Road, which was previously home to a satellite of the Children’s Museum of Richmond.
The Altria CEO’s $12.6 million and the Brinks CEO’s $11.4 million were the top annual compensation packages of the region’s executives.
Patients will still be required to secure written certification from registered health care practitioners but the law is expected to speed up access.
The 1970s-era Gateway Apartments complex was, for a time, one of the first “singles-only” rental communities in the area. It’s now set for a $16 million redevelopment.
Owned by the Shaia family since the 1980s, the 14-acre island is being marketed at time when development is booming in Manchester and downtown.
The move to 300 E. Grace St. will quadruple the size and end a 14-year run at 324 S. Pine St.
“We think this is going to be a continued addition to the demand that we see down in the city,” said company President Richard Kuhn.
Julia Battaglini, who co-owns Secco Wine Bar with Dave Martin, said they’re looking forward to getting a break from running a restaurant and instead being the ones dining in.
Several local companies get new websites, two shops add to their rosters, and an area studio contributes sound for a pair of ads.
Hanover County opens a new airport terminal, budget hearings for Richmond and Henrico, and several sizable projects go before Henrico’s Planning Commission.