United Health Foundation's “America’s Health Rankings” rates commonwealth 15th.
Virginia ranks as one of the most improved states in health metrics, according to United Health Foundation’s annual report “America’s Health Rankings” released Monday. The commonwealth ranked 15th in the 2019 report, which conducts a state-by-state analysis of national health by evaluating health, environmental and socioeconomic data. Scoring is based on 35 measures across five
Philip G. Emerson was with the foundation for 33 years.
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Executive Director Philip G. Emerson will retire at the end of December after serving in a leadership role there for 33 years, the foundation announced Monday. Emerson was named executive director in May 1991, making him the third executive director in the agency’s 62-year history. The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation operates two living-history museums, Jamestown
The bank traces its roots to bank founded there in 1902.
Richmond-based Atlantic Union Bank has donated a 480-square-foot building to the Town of Bowling Green, which will use it as the town’s new economic development office, the bank announced Monday. Atlantic Union Bank traces its origins back to the Caroline County Bank, which opened in Bowling Green in 1902 and later became known as Union
The subsidiary provides employee benefits to Virginia lawyers
The insurance agency unit of the Virginia Bar Association, formed in 2001, has been rebranded as Virginia Bar Association Insurance. Formerly known as Virginia Barristers Alliance Inc., the subsidiary provides insurance services and products to Virginia lawyers and offers employee benefit products. VBAI represents every health insurer providing coverage in Virginia. The VBA is the
The parcel contains four mostly vacant buildings and three industrial lots.
A nearly 11-acre parcel in Fredericksburg’s Battlefield Industrial Park has sold for $3.8 million to Fairfax County-based Andrew and Andrew RE Investment, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced Thursday. Located at the intersection of Tyler Street and Central Road, the parcel consists of four mostly vacant office and industrial buildings comprising 75,000 square feet and three
The online car retailer's center will create an estimated 400 jobs.
Tempe, Arizona-based Carvana Co., an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars, will be investing $25 million to establish a vehicle inspection and reconditioning facility that will create an estimated 400 jobs in Chesterfield County, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday. “Carvana is a fast-growing national company, and we are proud that it has chosen
More than 150 area households have indicated interest.
Richmond-based Eagle Construction of Virginia is partnering with Midtown Redevelopment Partners in Blacksburg to build single-family townhomes at the site of what was formerly Blacksburg Middle School, Eagle announced Wednesday. The mixed-use community will be built on 30 acres adjacent to Blacksburg’s downtown area, but an overall cost for the project has not been released.
The shuttered store fixture manufacturer closed three Virginia locations in September, leaving 190 unemployed.
More than 1 million square feet of manufacturing equipment will be auctioned off next week, assets that belonged to New York-based store fixture manufacturer PremierXD, which shut down operations in September. Nearly 200 people in Henrico County were laid off as a result. The auction will be online only, starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec.
Richmond-based retailer fills e-commerce orders across the U.S. and 72 other countries.
Richmond-based e-commerce retailer Need Supply Co. will launch a pop-up showroom in Charlottesville for the holidays. The 23-year-old fashion and home goods store is based in Richmond’s Carytown district and has a second shop in Tokyo, but most of its business is conducted online, filling e-commerce orders in the United States and 72 other countries.
The 31-unit apartment property was 94% leased at time of sale.
Richmond real estate developer Lynx Ventures sold Market Villas, a 31-unit adaptive reuse apartment property, to real estate asset management firm CJehn Partners LLC for more than $3.9 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer’s Capital Markets Group announced Wednesday. The property located in downtown Richmond’s historic Shockoe Bottom neighborhood includes first-floor retail space in close