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  1. Newmarket South Shopping Center in Newport News sells for $11 millionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Virginia Business

    Newmarket South Shopping Center in Newport News, a 354,804-square-foot center, has sold for $11 million. The buyer of the center, located at the intersection of Mercury Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue, is America's Realty LLC. Thalhimer's Capital Markets Group, which represented the seller in the transaction, the property was 77% occupied at the time of the acquisition on Oct. 14. While anchored by Food Lion and The Dump, the center's 30 tenants also include SunTrust, Popeyes, USPS, Rent-A-Center, H&R Block and Rainbow Shoppes.


  2. New vice president named at Newport News ShipbuildingRead the original story

    Friday Oct 21 | Virginia Business

    Huntington Ingalls Industries has named Susan Jacobs vice president of human resources and administration at the company's Newport News Shipbuilding division. Jacobs served as director of human resources and administration for more than nine years at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Newport News' sister shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss.


  3. Endurance IT Services announces plans to add 62 jobs in Virginia BeachRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 18 | Virginia Business

    A Virginia Beach-based information technology services-company announced plans Tuesday to build new headquarters and more than double its staff. Endurance IT Services says it has purchased a 15,000-square-foot facility on Greenwich Road in Virginia Beach for the new headquarters.


  4. Unmanned Systems Association of Virginia names board members and elects officersRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 18 | Virginia Business

    The Unmanned Systems Association of Virginia , a new trade association representing the unmanned systems industry in Virginia, elected officers and its board of directors at its first meeting on Monday. The organization includes 10 founding company members, whose representatives were named to the board of directors.


  5. Newport News seeks opportunities as the city continues to changeRead the original story

    Friday Sep 30 | Virginia Business

    Jim Scanlon's grocery store is part of a revitalization effort in the city's Southeast Community. Photo by Mark Rhodes Shoppers in Newport News' Southeast Community are finding an abundance of fresh fruits, crisp vegetables and choice meats at Jim's Local Market.


  6. CBREa s Mid-South offices expand building services divisionRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2016 | Virginia Business

    CBRE's Mid-South Offices are expanding their Building Services Division. The goal behind the expansion is to provide a broader scope of services to current clients and others in need of building services, including properties not managed by CBRE.


  7. Newport News Shipbuildinga s Apprentice School receives reaccreditationRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2016 | Virginia Business

    The Council on Occupational Education has reaccredited The Apprentice School of Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. In a letter to the school, the council's commission executive committee wrote: "The school excels at its primary mission to instruct students to such competency levels essential to success, making them a center for training excellence. The team found that students were enthusiastic about their career possibilities, program progression and continuing education opportunities."


  8. Arlington-based Gibbs & Cox Inc. names vice presidentRead the original story

    Aug 24, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Arlington-based Gibbs & Cox Inc., a naval architecture and marine engineering firm, has promoted Kevin Prince to vice president in the company's engineering group. He previously was assistant vice president.


  9. Free machining skills certification program aims to help transitioning military membersRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2016 | Virginia Business

    The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Southside Virginia Community College are offering a free course to train veterans or transitioning military members as computer numeric controlled machinists. "This is a huge opportunity worthy of consideration," Bruce Sobczak, director of workforce development at CCAM, a Prince George County-based research consortium between industry and university researchers, said in a statement.


  10. CFOs struggle to find qualified applicants for job openingsRead the original story

    Jul 29, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Now, according to chief financial officers across the state, the jobs are there, but not enough qualified applicants are showing up to claim them. That situation threatens not only a company's growth but the overall economic prosperity of the commonwealth.


  11. Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer to handle three retail centersRead the original story

    Jul 27, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Thalhimer to provide exclusive leasing and property management services for three retail centers in Central Virginia and Hampton Roads. Together the shopping centers total more than 300,000 square feet.


  12. Investment group acquires nine-building portfolio in Newport NewsRead the original story

    Jul 25, 2016 | Virginia Business

    An investment group that includes former Mayor Joseph Ritchie has acquired a nine-building office and retail portfolio in City Center at Oyster Point in Newport News for $64 million. The city announced on Monday that the investment group, Pointe Hope LLC, includes many of City Center's founding partners, such as Ritchie, and several local entrepreneurs who are new investors.


  13. Three corporate headquarters announcements for Virginia BeachRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Virginia Beach was surfing on good news Tuesday. Hill Investment Group LLC is expanding in Virginia Beach while two other companies are relocating their corporate headquarters to the resort city.


  14. Sera-Brynn expands with an office in Newport NewsRead the original story

    Jun 30, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Sera-Brynn, a Suffolk-based cyber risk management firm, has expanded with the opening of a second office in the Oyster Point area of Newport News. Sera-Brynn cited rapid growth, a more than 200 percent year-over-year growth rate, as the reason behind adding another office.


  15. ECPI University observes its 50th anniversaryRead the original story

    Jun 29, 2016 | Virginia Business

    During the past 50 years, more than 60,000 students have graduated from Virginia Beach-based ECPI University, a private, for-profit school. Mark Dreyfus is president of ECPI, which was started by his father, Alfred, in 1966.


  16. Huntington Ingalls Industries to expand industrial facility in Newport NewsRead the original story

    Jun 27, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Huntington Ingalls Industries said Monday that its Newport News Industrial subsidiary would undergo a 52,000-square-foot expansion at its headquarters facility in Newport News. The facility, at 182 Enterprise Drive, will be expanded to house production areas, heavy cranes and plate-forming equipment.


  17. Huntington Ingalls Industries reveals more details about scholarship programRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Newport News-based Huntington Ingalls Industries revealed more details Monday about the scholarship program it has established for dependent children of company employees. In March HII said it had begun the process to establish the scholarship fund.


  18. Lerner Corp. sells multifamily portfolio in Richmond and Newport NewsRead the original story

    Jun 7, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Richmond announced the sale Wednesday of a three property, multifamily portfolio by Maryland-based Lerner Corp. to Drucker & Falk/LEM Capital in Newport News. The portfolio, which sold for $68.5 million, is made up of Wilde Lake Apartments, Hanover Crossing Apartments and Chesapeake Bay Apartments.


  19. PBMares names director of wealth management divisionRead the original story

    May 26, 2016 | Virginia Business

    Newport News-based PBMares LLP said Thursday it has named Rob Klingensmith director of wealth management for its subsidiary, PBMares Wealth Management LLC. PBMares Wealth Management LLC specializes in customized investment management and financial planning for high-net-worth individuals, retirement plans, nonprofits, endowments, corporations and institutions. Klingensmith was previously the CEO of Pilatus Bank in Ta'Xbiex, Malta, a private bank catering to high-net-worth individuals and financial institutions throughout Europe and the Middle East.


  20. The Orvis Co., Yves Delorme coming to River Road Shopping CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Virginia Business

    "We held out for seven years for the right tenants and the right brokerage team worth it!," Meade A. Spotts, of River Road Shopping Center Inc., said in a statement. The Orvis Co.


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