Mark Nantz was most recently with Bon Secours Mercy Health.
Winchester-based Valley Health welcomed new president and CEO Mark Nantz to the regional health care system on June 1. He succeeds previous president and CEO Mark Merrill, who held the position for 11 years. Nantz most previously was the chief administrative officer and Atlantic group president with Bon Secours Mercy Health. He has also held
MOVA Technologies' system would let companies extract chemicals from emissions
Updated June 29 A Pulaski-based company is poised to go commercial with technology that removes coal ash and other chemical pollutants from the air — extracting chemicals that can be recycled and sold for industrial use. A team of scientists at Virginia Tech has released a preliminary report confirming proof of concept, MOVA Technologies President Steven
Dominion Energy Inc.'s former headquarters goes BOOM in downtown Richmond
Dominion Energy Inc.’s 1970s-era former headquarters made a big kaboom! Saturday morning as it was imploded in downtown Richmond, making way for a new office tower — although plans for the replacement building have not been finalized. Thousands of people gathered on bridges, hills and sidewalks to watch the spectacle, which was for many the
Phillips Realty Capital secures $29M bridge loan for HighBrook Investors
A New York-based real estate private equity firm, HighBrook Investors, secured a three-year floating-rate loan of $29 million, with extension options, to purchase the Reston Metro Center One office building, located near the future Reston Town Center Metro station and the planned $1.4 billion Halley Rise mixed-use development. HighBrook received the loan from Rubenstein Mortgage
Company expects Reston Town Center project to be ready in 2021.
Microsoft Corp. will invest $64 million to expand its presence in Reston Town Center in western Fairfax County, creating 1,500 jobs, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday. The software giant will occupy 400,000 square feet in the Reston Town Center, which will include a software development and research hub, as well as retail space. The project
Owner of 9 franchises in state sought to reopen gyms.
The Supreme Court of Virginia won’t hear an appeal in a lawsuit filed against the governor by the owner of nine Gold’s Gym franchises in Virginia. Merrill C. “Sandy” Hall filed suit last month in Culpeper County Circuit Court, seeking to reopen his gyms, which were closed by executive order in March to contain the
OrthoVirginia is the sole occupant of the property.
The OrthoVirginia building in Prince George County has sold for $3.85 million, Glen Allen-based commercial real estate company Commonwealth Commercial Partners LLC announced Thursday. Located at 4710 Puddledock Road, the 11,172-square foot building is 100% occupied by OrthoVirginia, an independent group practice of orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine doctors and physical therapists. OrthoVirginia has more than
Financial terms were not disclosed in Framebridge Inc. deal.
Arlington-based media and education conglomerate Graham Holdings Co. announced Friday it has acquired Washington, D.C.-based custom framing company Framebridge Inc. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Graham Holdings Co. is the family company of the late Katharine Graham, who was the publisher and owner of The Washington Post. Its current holdings include online
Richmond artist Noah Scalin debuts piece for Old Navy's latest ad campaign.
Richmond artist Noah Scalin was commissioned by Richmond-based advertising company The Martin Agency to create an art installation, released Tuesday, announcing Old Navy’s donation of $30 million worth of clothing to families in need during the pandemic. Known for creating large-scale pieces made from ordinary items, as well as his Skull-A-Day project, Scalin created a
Manufacturing plant will be on former site of Burlington Industries in town of Hurt
An Ohio-based plastics company is planning to invest $34 million in a new plant in Pittsylvania County, a project expected to bring 200 manufacturing jobs to the region over the next four years, local officials announced Friday. The 250,000-square-foot plant will be built on the former site of Burlington Industries in the Southern Virginia Multimodal