Three buildings are in Cornerstone community development with housing, a commercial center and amenities
Three apartment buildings within the Cornerstone community in Lynchburg sold for $8.2 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer’s Capital Markets Group announced Monday. The buildings, located at 301 Rotunda St., 121 Colonnade St. and 101 Colonnade St. were built in 2012. They contain a total of 68 apartment units — 46 two-bedroom, two-bath units and
Freedom First Credit Union will move its HQ into building built in 1919
The Elmwood Building in Roanoke sold for $9.5 million, Hall Associates Inc. and buyer Freedom First Credit Union announced Tuesday. Located at 207 Bullitt Ave. SE in Roanoke’s Downtown Historic District, the 4-story, 46,500-square-foot building was built in 1919 and has housed a hardware store, furniture warehouse and Meridium Inc., and is currently housing GE
In 2018 and 2019, Virginia was the bottom of the list, but the state rose to No. 24 in 2020.
Virginia ranked No. 23 in the Oxfam America’s 2021 Best States to Work Index, continuing its rise from last place in 2019. Anti-poverty organization Oxfam America examines wage policies, worker protections and rights to organize to create its index of the 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. In 2018 and 2019, Virginia was the
Amazon launched a hiring hub in Chesapeake, a delivery station in Norfolk and another in Hampton
Amazon.com Inc. has launched a career center and two delivery stations in Hampton Roads, it announced Wednesday. The Amazon Career Center opened last week at 1989 S. Military Highway in Chesapeake and will serve as a hiring and orientation hub for Amazon’s facilities in Chesapeake, Suffolk, Norfolk, Hampton and Virginia Beach. One delivery station opened
UDig's new SVP, Reid Colson, comes from Markel Corp.
Richmond-based IT consulting firm UDig has hired Reid Colson as its senior vice president of data and analytics, it announced Tuesday. “With Reid on our team, we are excited to help clients seize opportunities, from creating a single version of the truth to driving value via predictive analytics and machine learning,” said Andy Frank, UDig
Noblis MSD will modernize systems for naval surface ships
Reston-based Noblis subsidiary Noblis MSD (mission solutions for defense) won a potential $72 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division. Under the five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity multi-award contract, Philadelphia-based Noblis MSD, previously McKean Defense Group LLC, will work on system modernization and sustainment for naval surface ships. The company will compete
The 79,946-square-foot building is in the Reflections Office Park
A building in the Reflections Office Park in Virginia Beach sold for $10.45 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced Monday. Built in 1999, the building, Reflections IV, is 79,946 square feet and sits on 4.51 acres. It is located at 2901 S. Lynnhaven Road, and its tenants include Timmons Group, RK&K, Midgett Preti Olansen
Buckner Plaza is anchored by Food Lion and Dollar General
A neighborhood shopping center in Virginia Beach sold for $6.43 million, Colliers’ Retail Investment Group announced last week. Located at 3208 Holland Road, the center, Buckner Plaza, is 63,500 square feet and sits on 5.48 acres. It is 95.4% leased and anchored by Food Lion and Dollar General. Food Lion has been a tenant since
Buyers plans to open a Fuddruckers restaurant
A restaurant building in Virginia Beach sold for $1.6 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced Monday. Located at 1784 General Booth Blvd., the building is 5,105 square feet. Mahant Enterprise LLC bought the building from El Tapatio III for a Fuddruckers restaurant. Rob Wright with Thalhimer handled the sale on behalf of the buyer.
Vienna marketing firm expects to close its acquisition of Chase Media by November
Vienna-based Tigercomm, a clean energy-focused public relations firm, is acquiring Tampa, Florida-based Chase Media Services LLC, in a deal that is expected to be completed by Nov. 1. Mike Casey, the Tigercomm founder and president, said the acquisition will help Tigercomm meet growing demand from clean economy sectors. “This acquisition is a strong fit with