VCC partners with Vermont-based Commons Energy to provide energy savings to public-purpose buildings in Virginia
Borrower : Snap Car Buying, Inc. Where : Chantilly, VA Loan Amount : $1.06 million Project Type : SBA 7(a) Business Acquisition Opportunity Snap Car Buying Inc. is a Chantilly auto dealership that sells higher-end used vehicles at competitive prices. Most of its cars come from auctions and are bought in near perfect condition, found by an experienced buyer who has been in the industry for nearly two decades. Snap understands that most prospective buyers start …
The Richmond Times-Dispatch
GamerBus is a popular gaming bus filled with video gaming equipment traversing the Hampton Roads region, bringing big titles like Fortnite, Madden, and Super Smash Bros. to birthday parties and other special events.
VCC President and CEO Jane Henderson is awarded a YWCA of Richmond Outstanding Women Award in the division of business. The Outstanding Women Awards embodies YWCA’s commitment to engage, develop and honor women leaders whose work helps make our community stronger,” said Linda S. Tissiere, YWCA Richmond’s chief executive officer. “Each of these women are being recognized for their significant achievement in leadership and their important impact on our region’s health and vitality.” Read the …
39th Annual Outstanding Women Awards celebrate accomplishments of Jane Henderson, visionary women throughout Greater Richmond
Carilion buys the former Wells Fargo building in Roanoke from VCC, providing us capital to put back into the Roanoke community. Now that it is safe and in the right long-term hands, it will be wonderful to see what unfolds in the coming years.” Read more about the building and Carilion’s plan for its future here.
We have sold the historic former First National Exchange Bank building at 201 S. Jefferson St. in downtown Roanoke to Carilion Clinic, the region’s leading health care provider. VCC is reinvesting the proceeds into the community.
The Roanoke Times
One mile west of the Potomac River and Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge rests a partially occupied, 12-unit apartment community for low-income residents. Behind it, on the same parcel, two dilapidated duplexes sit empty. However, Wesley Housing, a respected local non-profit that has built affordable housing for thousands of Northern Virginia residents since 1974, has a vision for this prime, visible property.