CEOs group follows Fahrenheit to HandCraft building

As it moves into roomier digs in Scott’s Addition, a local finance consulting and business advisory firm is making sure to save space for its C-Suite-centered roommates.

The Fahrenheit Group started moving in last week to its new home, filling 6,500 square feet of the redeveloped HandCraft Cleaners building at 1501 Roseneath Road. The space more than doubles its previous office at 1700 Bayberry Court in Henrico County’s Glen Forest Office Park.

Joining Fahrenheit in the move is the Virginia Council of CEOs, which has shared space with the firm since it moved to Bayberry three years ago. The council’s full-time staff of three will occupy a room within the space and is subleasing from Fahrenheit, which signed a seven-year lease with building owners Jay, Keith and Jeff Nichols.