“It’s a beautiful idea, and it would be dope if we had the space, but we don’t have the space,” said deli owner Al Muhammad, who’s led an effort opposing the parklet to preserve parking along the boulevard.
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One group wants to convert the former Highland Park bank building at Six Points into a restaurant and farmers market, while the other imagines a community health resource center and pharmacy.
The move coincides with recent removals of curb extensions, or bump-outs, that the city installed along Brookland Park Boulevard last year.
A local stylist decided to open her own salon, Hand & Mirror Hair Studio, in a space previously occupied by Tommie’s Barber Shop.
After selling groceries, beer, wine and sandwiches, Sean and Pat Lynch decided to pivot to fine dining.
Cory Weiner wants to build two separate buildings at 310 and 322 that will add a total of 12 apartments and 7,000 square feet of commercial space.
The Smokey Mug was created as a coffee shop-restaurant combo designed to adapt to the pandemic.
Two Can Can employees are opening Brookland Park Market, selling retail groceries, prepared meals and hot food.
Less than a year after rallying the city to take action on the property, a Richmond developer already active along Brookland Park Boulevard has added the corridor’s dormant theater building to his holdings in the neighborhood.
Lamplighter Coffee previously eyed the property, which now will be home to Richmond Art Garage, run by a former Richmond Times-Dispatch reporter.