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Carytown retailer ends trademark dispute

Carytown retailer ends trademark dispute

Michael Schwartz April 18, 2016 0

A popular Carytown retailer’s turf battle over the word “need” has come to an end and the competitor it sued for trademark infringement has rebranded. Need Supply Co., through its NSCO LLC, last month

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Curtains to close on Boulevard business

Curtains to close on Boulevard business

Michael Thompson April 4, 2016 1

The owner of a decades-old furniture and upholstery company is closing the business after 10 years on the Boulevard, but she’s not letting go of her real estate in the increasingly busy neighborhood. Whetstone

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Midlothian paper store folds

Midlothian paper store folds

Michael Thompson March 29, 2016 0

Barely a year after resurrecting the brand locally, a paper and party supply store has closed its Midlothian shop. If It’s Paper shut down last month at 9704 Midlothian Turnpike in the Stein Mart

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Sneak peek: Cabela’s in Short Pump

Sneak peek: Cabela’s in Short Pump

Michael Schwartz March 24, 2016 1

Cabela’s 82,000-square-foot store, the retailer’s first in the Richmond market, is set for an April 6 opening as one of the anchors of the still-under-construction West Broad Marketplace, located just west of Short Pump

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Bean bag maker settling in at Short Pump

Bean bag maker settling in at Short Pump

Michael Thompson March 23, 2016 0

For its first Virginia retail location, a New Hampshire-based company is plopping down in Short Pump. Yogibo, which makes bean bag chairs, pillows and other forms of bean-bag-stuffed furniture, plans to open March 25

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Downtown shop ends decade-long run

Downtown shop ends decade-long run

Michael Thompson March 10, 2016 1

A Jackson Ward store beside the sites of two debated city projects is closing its doors after 10 years in business

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Fabric shop adds new layer to Scott’s Addition retail scene

Fabric shop adds new layer to Scott’s Addition retail scene

Michael Thompson March 9, 2016 0

A local retailer is consolidating space it has near the Fan and in Midlothian to open a Scott’s Addition storefront. U-Fab, which sells fabrics for home décor and also does upholstery, custom sewing and furniture, will vacate

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Carytown shop closes, sells wares to neighbor

Carytown shop closes, sells wares to neighbor

Michael Thompson March 2, 2016 0

A retailer in Carytown shut its door last week, but not before striking a deal with another shop a few blocks to down to pick up its remaining products and its brand.

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New shop brings the fizz to Church Hill

New shop brings the fizz to Church Hill

Michael Thompson February 25, 2016 1

A venture dedicated to American manufactured home goods and soda is up and running in the Church Hill area. Roaring Pines, a soda counter and shop that sells everything from boomerangs to mop buckets,

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West End home goods shop to close

West End home goods shop to close

Richmond BizSense February 8, 2016 0

Nearly 11,000 square feet of Broad Street retail space will soon come up for grabs as a national retailer closes one of its Richmond locations. The Pier 1 Imports store at 7496 W. Broad

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