A popular restaurant chain is the latest on the menu for the Reynolds Crossing development in western Henrico.
A Chipotle sign adorns the front of a building recently built at Glenside Drive and Forest Avenue. The restaurant is the first to put up signage at the building, which consists of multiple commercial spaces totaling 19,000 square feet.
Called the Shoppes at Reynolds Crossing, the building is one of three retail structures planned to support the Walmart that opened in the development last year. CBRE|Richmond has previously announced other tenants will include Starbucks, Jersey Mike’s, Hair Cuttery, Lee Nails and Salad Works.
The building’s opening had been slated for the first quarter of this year. The project was designed by Freeman Morgan Architects and financed by Park Sterling Bank.
The 90-acre development, formerly the site of the Reynolds Metals headquarters campus, is located along Glenside Drive and Interstate 64, between Forest Avenue and West Broad Street. Its largest tenants include Westin hotel and the Altria headquarters. A two-story, 40,000-square-foot office building that will house Sheltering Arms and First Tennessee Bank is also in the works.