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First Tennessee Bank has moved to its new 6,000 square foot Virginia headquarters at Reynolds Crossing and opened for business on April 27. Located just off West Broad Street in Henrico County, the new building is adjacent to the Westin Hotel. A First Tennessee Bank ATM machine is located on Forest Avenue. The bank has about 170 bank locations in and around Tennessee, and expanded in additional markets, including Richmond seven years ago. The bank offers a full suite of banking services with a focus on wealth management, commercial banking, private banking and commercial real estate. First Tennessee Bank also added a new banker, Lisa Streat, on April 20 as senior vice president of Private Wealth Services. A Virginia banker with more than 20 years of experience, she has served on the board of CultureWorks for almost four years.

SBA Richmond District Office accepting nominations for Small Business Person of the Year

The U.S. Small Business Administration Richmond District Office is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year.

The award recognizes a successful small business person. Nominees are considered on the basis of staying power, growth, financial performance, innovativeness, response to adversity and community involvement. Any individual or organization dedicated to the support of the small business community may nominate a business for the award.

Submission guidelines and details are available http://awards.sba.gov

Register for the Henrico Citizen’s Business and Branding Summit

Would your business like to do more business in Henrico? Would you like to learn marketing methods to reach a hyper-local customer base or learn more about business and personal branding techniques?

Then you won't want to miss the Henrico Citizen's Business and Branding Summit, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. at Mercedes-Benz of Richmond, 8225 W. Broad Street.

This free, no-obligation informational event will provide insight and ideas from local branding and marketing professionals and the Henrico Citizen team. You'll also have a chance to network with other local business leaders and professionals.

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Taylor Long Properties recently reported the following transactions: Newlook Eyebrows – leased 2,100 square feet at Laburnum Park at 4346 S. Laburnum Ave.; Wee Sure Care – leased 3,000 square feet at Hungarybrook Shopping Center at 1200-1300 Concord Ave., Suite 10; Country Style Donuts – leased 2,218 square feet at Gold’s Gym Plaza at West Tower, 8902 W. Broad St., Suite B; Speedylink – leased 1,489 square feet at Hungarybrook Shopping Center at 1200-1300 Concord Ave., Suite 12; and Quilting Adventures – leased 3,600 square feet at Hub Shopping Center at 6943 Lakeside Ave.

Parade of Homes underway


The 63rd Annual Parade of Homes – the prime real estate event of the year – returned to the Greater Richmond area Oct. 4 for three weekends to showcase the best new homes, design and construction techniques in the region to the public.

The free, signature event for the Richmond real estate industry is hosted by the Home Building Association of Richmond (HBAR) and features 70 new homes and one remodeled home built by 34 builders.

The homes are located throughout the Greater Richmond region, including the counties of Henrico, Chesterfield, Hanover, King William, New Kent and Powhatan, and the City of Richmond. The event is expected to attract thousands of people, and this year the number of homes represents more than a 17-percent increase in entries and builder participation from last year.

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CBRE|Richmond recently reported the following transaction: NCI Information Systems – renewed their lease of 29,024 square feet at 1510 and 1530 E. Parham Rd. Joe Marchetti, David Wilkins and Rebecca Barricklow handled the transaction on behalf of the landlord.

Sales tax holiday for Energy Star and Water Sense products runs Oct. 10-13

Virginia consumers can save when they purchase energy-efficient appliances and other home items Oct. 10-13, as part of a sales tax holiday. Purchases made during those days of items that carry the Energy Star or Water Sense label and cost less than $2,500 or less each will be free of state sales tax.

Items must be purchased for personal or non-commercial use.

Qualifying Energy Star products include air conditioners, ceiling fans, washing machines, dishwashers, dehumidifiers, refrigerators and compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). WaterSense-labeled bathroom sink faucets, faucet accessories, toilets, showerheads, urinals and landscape irrigation controllers also will be tax-exempt. Certain used Energy Star and WaterSense items will also qualify for tax-free status during the four-day exemption period.

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Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer's Capital Markets Group has represented HM Real Estate Holding, LLC in the sale of a 15,220 square foot retail strip center located at 7601 W. Broad Street in Henrico. The property was purchased as an investment by C. Richmond Properties, LLC and was 100% leased at the time of acquisition. The purchase price was $1,900,000. Catharine Spangler and Bruce Bigger of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer handled the sale negotiations on behalf of the seller.

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Ariya Family Chiropractic Centers recently affiliated with Amanda Brentlinger Zimmerman, a certified nutrition consultant. In 90-minute interviews, Zimmerman will be counseling patients on supplements, family and personal nutrition, how to manage the now familiar family routine of eating in haste, lifestyle changes for those on the go and more. Zimmerman will be seeing patients in the Glen Allen office.

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