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Salon’s sudden shutdown sparks lawsuit

Salon’s sudden shutdown sparks lawsuit

Michael Thompson October 26, 2014 0

A few days after a longtime Fan salon abruptly shut down, its landlord filed a lawsuit demanding unpaid rent and compensation for a broken lease.

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Bank buys back $10M in TARP shares

Bank buys back $10M in TARP shares

Michael Schwartz October 23, 2014 0

A year after its TARP shares were purchased at auction by unknown bidders, a local bank used funds from a recent capital raise to buy back a big chunk of the shares

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Undeveloped Ukrop’s site draws fresh interest

Undeveloped Ukrop’s site draws fresh interest

Burl Rolett October 23, 2014 0

A site in Glen Allen formerly slated for a Ukrop's supermarket may get its grocery store under a new owner.

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New owner rebrands Southside hotel

New owner rebrands Southside hotel

Burl Rolett October 22, 2014 0

The new owners of Southside hotel have rebranded the property and are working on a multimillion dollar face-lift for the building

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Rookie cafe owners perk up Bon Air

Rookie cafe owners perk up Bon Air

Michael Thompson October 22, 2014 2

A new coffee shop concept is getting off the ground in Bon Air with a little help from the community

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Investor moves to pour major cash into Village Bank

Investor moves to pour major cash into Village Bank

Michael Schwartz October 22, 2014 0

After a bank deal in Glen Allen, a former SEC attorney is pushing to acquire a quarter of the Midlothian-based bank's shares in the middle of its turnaround campaign.

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Two firms merge in the Boulders

Two firms merge in the Boulders

Burl Rolett October 22, 2014 0

A large local engineering firm looked to one of its office park neighbors for its latest acquisition

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DGIF finishes hunt for new headquarters

DGIF finishes hunt for new headquarters

Burl Rolett October 22, 2014 0

After abandoning a development project in Hanover County, the state's Department of Game and Inland Fisheries will set up camp in a Henrico office park

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Developer plans to replace Museum District office with apartments

Developer plans to replace Museum District office with apartments

Michael Thompson October 20, 2014 4

A developer has a Museum District office building under contract with plans to build apartments or condos on the site, and the project would be the second office conversion in the works in the

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Real estate firm scoops up two warehouses

Real estate firm scoops up two warehouses

Burl Rolett October 20, 2014 0

A Pennsylvania-based firm added $30 million worth of Richmond real estate to its portfolio this month

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