CarMax announced Monday that it is looking to add almost 1,000 new positions. The company, headquartered on Tuckahoe Creek Parkway, just west of Short Pump, said the 965 positions will be added at its locations across the country to satisfy seasonal staffing needs.
The apartment segment of a popular mixed-use development in Short Pump has been put up for sale. The Flats at West Broad Village, the 339-unit apartment complex have been on the market for about a month for an unknown asking price.
After almost a year, the bankruptcy of the Dominion Club is finally coming to end. The Far West End golf and country club’s bankruptcy reorganization plan was approved Wednesday by a federal judge, clearing the way once and for all for members to get at least some of what they are owed and for the club to get back to business as usual.
An Innsbrook-based consulting firm has expanded to the Windy City. Oyster Consulting, founded three years ago in Richmond by former Wachovia Securities employees, opened its first Chicago office last week.
A bankrupt golf course in Western Henrico has charted its course to reemerge as a sustainable business, but determining a winner in the Dominion Club saga is about as easy as chipping in from the rough.
Markel is going Dutch. According to a report from Insurance Journal, the Innsbrook-based specialty insurer’s international arm is preparing to open an office in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It will be Markel’s first office in that nation. The move marks further expansion of Markel International’s operations that have spread across Europe and Asia over the last year. In April […]
After six months of legal wrangling, the Dominion Club with remain in the hands of one of the region’s biggest developers.
The Western Henrico country club, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January, will still be owned and operated by an entity tied to HHHunt Corp, according to a release Friday.
The owners and members of a bankrupt Henrico golf and country club are set to go into mediation today in an attempt to resolve the six month dispute over the club’s future.
A Richmond developer has gobbled up more than 900,000 square feet of suburban commercial real estate space in a $100 million transaction announced last Thursday.
It’s not that they can’t pay; it’s that they don’t want to. That’s what a group of members at a West End golf club think is going on with the club’s owners, who put the Dominion Club in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection when the club couldn’t pay refundable initiation deposits that had come due. Those owners include […]