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Joyner moving HQ to Reynolds Crossing
One of the area’s largest real estate brokerages is getting a new headquarters for the first time in decades. Joyner Fine Properties is moving its home base to Reynolds Crossing, where it has signed a multiyear lease for over 16,000 square feet on the first floor of the Reynolds Office Building at 6641 W. Broad St. The brokerage and its subsidiaries, Joyner Commercial and Joyner Property Management, will be moving two miles south from their longtime home at 2727 Enterprise Parkway, where Joyner has been based for over 40 years.
Warren Buffett’s Energy Arm Grabs Big Block of Richmond Office Space
Fresh off its $8 billion acquisition of Dominion Energy’s natural gas operations, Warren Buffett’s empire has planted a flag in the Richmond area. Berkshire Hathaway Energy has signed on for 79,000 square feet at 6603 W. Broad St. in Reynolds Crossing. BHE is subleasing the space from Altria, which vacated the space in favor of a new addition to its headquarters across the street.
Three executives to be inducted into the Junior Achievement Greater Richmond Business Hall of Fame
Three local business executives will be inducted into the Junior Achievement Greater Richmond Business Hall of Fame in May. The three join 111 other business leaders who have been inducted into the program since it was established in 1988. Inductees are chosen for their contributions to business in the Richmond area. The program is sponsored by Junior Achievement of Central Virginia. The ceremony and banquet will be held at The Jefferson Hotel on May 14.
Medical Office Building to go up at Reynolds Crossing in Henrico County
The Virginia Eye Institute and Dermatology Associates of Virginia will be anchor tenants in a medical office building that will be built in the Reynolds Crossing mixed-used development off Glenside Drive and Forest Avenue in Henrico County. Construction will start in the spring with targeted completion in summer 2018. This will be the last building in the 90-acre Reynolds Crossing, closing out a 14-year project by Henrico-based Reynolds Development Group.