The 13th cargo resupply mission (NG-13) took off Saturday afternoon from Wallops Island in Accomack County to the International Space Station (ISS). The spacecraft will deliver more than 8,000 pounds of cargo to the space station, Gov. Ralph Northam said. The Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority, NASA Wallops Flight Facility and Falls Church-based defense contractor Northrop
The property is located in the Greenbrier submarket.
Three office buildings in Chesapeake have sold for $8.4 million, according to an announcement Thursday from Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based commercial real estate company Colliers International. The three-building portfolio in the Greenbrier submarket was sold by Virginia Beach-based Davenport Group Real Estate Inc./Lefcoe Development Co. The property at Volvo Parkway was 95% occupied at the time
The agriculture giant partners with the Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians Association.
Smithfield Foods Inc. and the Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians Association (RETA) on Tuesday announced RedWhiteandCool — an initiative to recruit, train and hire transitioning military veterans into the refrigeration industry as refrigeration technicians. Smithfield Foods is a founding sponsor of the program. “There is a shortage of skilled labor in our country and the commercial
Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church and Sentara Leigh Hospital in Norfolk were in the top 2% of the America’s Best Hospitals survey released Tuesday.
Healthgrades has named its 2020 list of the top 250 hospitals in the United States, and two Virginia hospitals landed in the top 100. Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church and Sentara Leigh Hospital in Norfolk are in the top 2% of the America’s Best Hospitals survey released Tuesday. Inova Fairfax was recognized as one
Marshall most recently was with Newmark Knight Frank.
Virginia Beach-based real estate investment company Croatan Investments LLC added Mike Marshall as a principal on its leadership team, the company announced Monday. Marshall was most recently executive managing director for New York City-based real estate company Newmark Knight Frank Inc. (NFK) and has more than 30 years of experience in commercial and multifamily real
601 Volvo LLC plans to redevelop Parkway Christian Center building
Chesapeake-based 601 Volvo LLC purchased the former Parkway Christian Center Inc. building in Chesapeake for $5.75 million, Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based commercial real estate company Colliers International announced Monday. The 36,185-square-foot building at 601 Volvo Pkwy. in Chesapeake sits on more than five acres of land. The building is less than a mile from Dollar Tree’s
Shopping center tenants include Verizon Wireless, Navy Federal Credit Union and Applebee’s.
Birmingham, Alabama-based property management company Shannon Waltchack’s retail real estate fund, SWNC I LLC, has purchased the Little Creek Marketplace shopping center in Norfolk, S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. announced Tuesday. The sale price of the transaction was not disclosed. The 49,000-square-foot retail center was 97% leased at the time of the sale to tenants including
The two-story building was constructed in 2007.
A 15,000-square-foot office building in Norfolk sold for $2 million, real estate and investment management company Colliers International announced Feb. 3. Constructed in 2007, the two-story building is located directly off Military Highway at 5665 Lowery Road. The Janaf location of The Therapy Network is currently a tenant and APM Spine & Sports Physicians and
Keith Robinson will also serve as indirect sales manager.
Portsmouth-based TowneBank promoted Keith Robinson to senior vice president and indirect sales manager, the bank announced Wednesday. Robinson has been with the bank for 18 years and previously led dealer services and indirect lending marketing and sales in the Hampton Roads, Richmond and North Carolina markets. He also previously worked for TowneBank Mortgage (a subsidiary
Port Host Communities Revitalization Funds will assist projects in Newport News, Norfolk and Portsmouth.
The General Assembly allocated $1 million in grants to redevelop port-related properties in Virginia’s “port host communities,” including Newport News, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday. The goal of the funding is to enable timely redevelopment of port structures for economic development and employment growth, according to the Department of Housing and Community