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Gumenick Properties moved its headquarters this month to Libbie Mill-Midtown, a new 80-acre, mixed-use community being developed by the company. Libbie Mill-Midtown is under construction between West Broad Street and Staples Mill Road near Libbie Avenue. The community is the largest revitalization project in the history of Henrico County. Gumenick Properties will become the second organization operating from office spaces at Libbie Mill-Midtown. The first group to open an office there was the Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, a regional, private health legacy foundation. The foundation moved in during autumn 2014. When complete, the community is projected to have 994 homes for sale and 1,096 apartments. Libbie Mill-Midtown also will have a total of approximately 160,000 square feet of retail space. The neighborhood is estimated to take approximately 10 years to complete.

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HCA Virginia’s vice president of Women’s and Children’s Services, Toni Rice, will serve as the chair of the 2013 Virginia March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards Program and Gala. The Nurse of the Year Awards is a statewide program that recognizes exceptional nurses, creates awareness of professional excellence, and promotes the future of the nursing profession. The awards will be presented at a gala on Saturday, Nov. 9 at the Omni Hotel in Richmond.

Capital One to hold job fair

Capital One will host a job fair June 4 for prospective part-time work-at-home customer service agents. The job fair will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Building 1 Cafeteria at the Knolls Campus, 4881 Cox Road in Innsbrook. Recruiters will be on site to help candidates apply and to provide on-site interviews.

The company is seeking to recruit approximately 60 new associates in the immediate future to fill open part-time work-at-home customer service agent roles, and 150 new associates over the course of 2013.

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Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has announced that Essex Bank, the banking subsidiary of Community Bankers Trust Corporation, has leased 27,487 square feet of office and storage space in Deep Run III, 9954 Mayland Dr. This 348,174 square foot class A, six-story building was previously the headquarters for Circuit City. Essex Bank will relocate from its current headquarters in Innsbrook. It will occupy 25,375 square feet on the entry level floor (2nd) and a 2,112 square foot portion of the lower floor (1st) as conditioned loan document storage. The new headquarters will house approximately 90 employees with space for growth to accommodate 120 employees in the future. Additionally, the bank will feature a 24-hour walk up ATM adjacent to the building’s main entrance.

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Harmony Senior Services, a subsidiary of Smith Packett Med Com, headquartered in Roanoke, has opened its newest senior living community – The Crossings at University Park in Henrico's West End. The community is the third Harmony-managed location in the Richmond area, joining The Crossings at Bon Aire and The Crossing at Iron Bridge. The Crossings at University Park offers assisted living, in addition to memory care for residents with dementia and Alzheimer's. The campus encompasses 10 wooded acres, allowing room for planned future expansion with independent living apartments.

Short Pump Town Center accepting customer ideas online

Short Pump Town Center is marking its 10th anniversary this year not only by celebrating its past, but also by looking to the future.

As part of the shopping center’s continuous effort to improve and enhance its selection of stores as well as the shopper experience, Short Pump Town Center is allowing customers and community members to create and post new ideas on Popularise, an online crowd sourcing and community engagement tool that focuses on real estate development.

New ground, new name for St. Mary’s guest house

Bon Secours announced May 9 that the new guest house on the St. Mary’s Hospital campus will be named for the late Evelyn D. Reinhart, a former nurse and volunteer at the hospital whose family has donated $1 million for the project in her honor.

Paragon of excellence

Associates at The Village at Horsepen (from left: Jeremy Armstrong, Jennifer Besch, Donald Gaines, Anthony Baham, Earl Smith, Erin McGrath, David Hopkins) gathered recently at the neighborhood entrance to celebrate receiving the Paragon Award from the National Apartment Association.

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Virginia Home for Boys and Girls (VHBG) Teaching-Parents Tojoniaina Ratianarivo and Andrew Parker were recently re-certified as Teaching Parents from the Teaching-Family Association (TFA). This is the third time for both of them. Teaching-Parents at VHBG live in group homes with at-risk youth to create a family environment and to give the youth the opportunity to grow up in a safe, loving, nurturing household. TFA Certification indicates a high level of satisfaction with the quality of the Teaching-Parent’s services from their youth, community stakeholders and administration.

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