“Stratasan also announced the appointments of former Infor president Ken Walters and former Capario CEO Jim Riley to its board of directors. Riley formerly served as president and CEO of revenue-cycle management services provider Capario, until it was acquired by Emdeon (at which he was general manager). Since leaving that position in 2015, Riley has served as the chairman of Envera Health and as a board member for Ontario Systems and Verisma Systems.”
“Richmond may not be nationally known for its high-profile startup scene, but the city has been working quietly to change that,” the survey says. “Operations such as LendUp, Knox Payments, Grid 20/20, and Envera Health have all contributed to putting the city on the entrepreneurial map, and we’re betting on this trend continuing in 2019 and beyond. Richmond is also a popular location for “innovation offices” of large companies like CarMax.”
Best office: Envera Health. Best industrial: Amazon Sortation Distribution. Best large-scale retail: West Broad Marketplace. Best small-scale retail: Studio Two Three. Best health and wellness: Bon Secours Sarah Garland Jones Center for Healthy Living. Best multi-family: Gallery Midtown Clubhouse.
A former dry-cleaning facility that was redeveloped into a multi-use space credited with setting a new rent ceiling in one of Richmond’s hottest development areas won top honors as Project of the Year during GRACRE’S awards event on Tuesday.