West Broad Marketplace continues opening tenants into Q4 of 2016

Holiday shopping options in Short Pump will be twice as nice this year with T.J.Maxx now open and seven new retailers in various stages of construction in West Broad Marketplace in the 4th quarter of 2016. Newly signed retailers include b.good, Essex Bank, Hair Cuttery, Rack Room Shoes, Escape Nails and Spa, Mattress Firm, and Verizon Wireless.

The openings of these retailers will closely follow the Wegmans’ opening which occurred in August.

Purveyor of healthy fast food, b.good, has chosen West Broad Marketplace to open its 39th restaurant and continue its growth from where it was founded in Boston. The restaurant will serve locally harvested kale and grain bowls, seasonal salads, burgers and sandwiches, along with smoothies and shakes.

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Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC recently reported the following transactions in Henrico County: Jerome A. Cohen, D.D.S. – leased 1,156 square feet at Libbie Medical Center at 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; eLEEte Physicians, LLC – leased 721 square feet at Libbie Medical Center, 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; Michael O. Hughes t/a Artificial Eye Clinic – leased 597 square feet at Libbie Medical Center at 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc.Dixie, Inc. – leased 13,700 square feet at Dabney X at 2203 Tomlynn St.; and TRC Acquisitions – purchased 1 +/- acres from Creighton & Laburnum, LLC at 3384 Creighton Rd.

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U.S. News & World Report has rated Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital among the nation’s best in five critical-care procedures and conditions. Out of more than 4,000 hospitals around the country that were evaluated for health care practices and outcomes in surgical procedures and chronic conditions, only 34 hospitals were designated as “High Performing” in all five of the following areas: heart bypass surgery, heart failure, hip replacement, knee replacement and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). A rating of “High Performing” indicates that a hospital was significantly better than the national average in a given procedure or condition.

4 Henrico residents among Allen & Allen’s ‘Hometown Heroes’

Four Henrico residents are among the 2015 class of 50 "Hometown Heroes," as selected by the Allen & Allen personal injury law firm. The firm began the program in 2010 to honor local acts of kindness and heroism in the Richmond, Charlottesville and Fredericksburg regions, where it has offices.

The Henrico winners are Robert Bell, Jr., Shaw Blackmon, Kimberly Braine-Tillem and Patricia Clement. They and the other 46 winners will be recognized July 17 at the Fridays After Five concert in Fredericksburg; July 21 at the Richmond Flying Squirrels game in Richmond; and July 29 at the Celebrate Virginia Live concert in Charlottesville.

Lakeside introduces “Bike-Friendly Saturdays” discount program

The Lakeside Business Association has partnered with Bike Walk RVA, a program of Sports Backers, to bring the region's first permanent bike-friendly business district to Lakeside in northern Henrico. Lakeside builds upon the temporary bike friendly business district in another Northside neighborhood, Bellevue, which was established to celebrate National Bike Month this past May.

Twenty-one businesses along Lakeside Avenue are participating in "Bike-Friendly Saturdays" by offering discounts, free merchandise and other promotions for anyone who arrives by bike on a Saturday. A full list of participating businesses and details about their offers can be found at

Bon Secours begins use of da Vinci Xi

Bon Secours Richmond Health System recently became the first hospital system in the Central Virginia region to acquire the da Vinci Xi Robotic Surgical System, providing surgeons with real-time visualization, greater dexterity and precision during minimally invasive robotics procedures.

The next-generation robotic surgical system can be used across a wide spectrum of minimally invasive surgical procedures and has been optimized for highly complex, multi-quadrant surgeries in which instruments must be able to reach up and down and across large areas of the body, such as the abdomen or chest.

Henrico Business Bash attracts more than 60

Bill Eastman of Richmond Biz Live talking with an attendee

The Henrico Citizen and T3 Media, LLC hosted the Henrico Business Bash July 8 at Texas de Brazil in Short Pump, and more than 60 attendees participated in business networking and heard from speakers representing Synapse, Yelp! Richmond, Zuula Consulting, Richmond Biz Live, Richmond Bubble Soccer and the Henrico Christmas Mother program. Bill Eastman of Richmond Biz Live, a weekly business radio show on WLEE-990 AM, sponsored the event.

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Orangetheory Fitness will locate its first Richmond-area studio in The Corner at Short Pump, located at the corner of Lauderdale Drive and West Broad Street in the Far West End. The high-intensity interval fitness franchise has opened three studios in Virginia so far and has several more sites in development. The Short Pump studio will celebrate its grand opening in late September.

Dominion offering $50 for your old refrigerator or freezer

Are you one of the many people who keeps an old refrigerator or freezer in your garage as a back-up or extra appliance? Did you know that it could be adding more than $100 to your annual energy bill?

Through its new Residential Appliance Recycling Program, Dominion Virginia Power is making it easier for customers to recycle their old refrigerators and freezers. Dominion will pick up and recycle appliances at no cost and customers will receive a $50 incentive for participating.

“Refrigerator efficiency has improved dramatically in the past 20 years,” said Ken Barker, vice president of Technical Solutions at Dominion.

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