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Chesapeake bank joins Patterson branch lineup

Chesapeake bank joins Patterson branch lineup

Michael Schwartz October 15, 2014 1

Chesapeake Bank plans to spend millions to renovate a Patterson Avenue office for its first full branch in Richmond, jumping into an increasingly busy stretch of town for banking.

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Priciest September home sale tops $3 million

Priciest September home sale tops $3 million

Michael Schwartz October 13, 2014 0

The sale of a River Road mansion in September not only helped a local nonprofit raise millions of dollars, it also capped a busy month for $1 million-plus home sales around the region

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Bank gets go-ahead for merger

Bank gets go-ahead for merger

Michael Schwartz October 13, 2014 0

A local bank has cleared two big hurdles on its way to the acquisition of a bank in Newport News

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New sports club bounces into Richmond

New sports club bounces into Richmond

Michael Schwartz October 13, 2014 0

A new sports and social club has popped up in Richmond, and its bringing the sport of bubble soccer to the market

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Glen Allen golf club changes hands

Glen Allen golf club changes hands

Michael Schwartz October 8, 2014 0

The Glen Allen golf club sold last week for about a quarter of its 2008 price as part of a $300 million nationwide deal.

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Trading Day: Local SEC filings for Oct. 9, 2014

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for Oct. 9, 2014

Michael Schwartz October 8, 2014 0

A local bank raises capital and hires a new accounting firm. An executive cashes out on a $3M stock option. A Mechanicsville firm closes a $207M deal. And a local armored car giant cuts

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NC bank sets up first branch on Patterson Ave.

NC bank sets up first branch on Patterson Ave.

Michael Schwartz October 8, 2014 0

The banking market is getting even hotter along the Libbie and Patterson retail stretch as another out-of-town bank is planting its flag in the neighborhood

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Builder looks to foreclose, take lead at Roseland

Builder looks to foreclose, take lead at Roseland

Michael Schwartz October 8, 2014 0

A creditor on the long-delayed development in Midlothian wants to foreclose on its 30-acre share and hopes to get the project moving again

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The National’s owners bow out

The National’s owners bow out

Michael Schwartz October 6, 2014 1

The downtown concert venue was sold last week for $6.7 million as some of its owners settled a nearly year-long court dispute

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