Rappahannock Electric Cooperative CEO to retire
Kent D. Farmer leaves Aug. 1, to be replaced by John D. Hewa
Fredericksburg-based Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) announced Tuesday that president and CEO Kent D. Farmer, who has served since 2004, will retire Aug. 1. He has been with the company for
Reopening weekend largely positive for restaurants
Customers, often unmasked, were happy to be out
Reopening weekend was largely positive for restaurants and other businesses in Virginia localities that entered Phase One of Gov. Northam’s Forward Virginia plan on Friday. “It was actually very busy,”
Fredericksburg industrial buildings sell for $4.14M
The buildings comprise 51,000 square feet in Juliad Court.
Manassas Park-based Juliad Holdings LLC purchased two warehouse/industrial buildings in Fredericksburg for $4.14 million, Bethesda, Maryland-based commercial real estate firm Finmarc Management Inc. announced Monday. The buildings comprise 51,000 square
Yount, Hyde and Barbour acquires Woodcock & Associates PC
Woodcock & Associates specializes in construction accounting.
Winchester-based accounting and consulting firm Yount, Hyde and Barbour (YHB) has acquired Fredericksburg-based accounting firm Woodcock & Associates PC, YHB announced late last week. Financial terms of the acquisition were
Atlantic Union Bank sells Fredericksburg building for $3.575M
The 21,594-square-foot property is located directly off U.S. Route 1.
Atlantic Union Bank sold one of its Fredericksburg office buildings for $3.575 million but will continue occupying the first floor, leasing it from the new owner, Cushman & Wakefield |
Former Dick’s Sporting Goods store in Fredericksburg sells for $2.6M
The space has been vacant since January 2017.
The site of a former Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. store in Fredericksburg was sold for $2.6 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced this week. DWMK LLC purchased the 50,227-square-foot
Fredericksburg industrial park parcel sells for $3.8M
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