The Arts District’s streak of luring secondhand stores continues with a pair of new tenants near West Broad Street.
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After five years downtown, a bakery has unexpectedly shut down after its owner says she was denied re-entry to the country.
A restaurant known for its quesadillas has vacated a North Second Street outpost after three years in business.
After nearly three years in Jackson Ward, a local advertising agency has cleared out of its space at the convergence of Adams Street and Brook Road. A for Adventure has vacated its 600-square-foot space at 308 N. Adams St., beside Idle Hands Bread Co. and across from Max’s on Broad and the Maggie L. Walker… Read more »
The Maggie Lena Walker statue wasn’t the only new thing unveiled in Jackson Ward last Saturday. Civilization Tattoo opened last week at 319 N. Adams St., on the same block as the new memorial to the neighborhood’s famous trailblazer. Co-owners Adam Marton and Wesley Cavendish opened the tattoo parlor after years working at River City Tattoo,… Read more »
Two doors down from where he serves up rice bowls and kimchi, a local restaurateur is unrolling another new venture.
A newcomer to the local development scene is bringing some added height to a 1-acre stretch of Marshall Street.
The Washington, D.C. developer has added to its Richmond holdings with its second acquisition in the city this year.
As its first Richmond development wraps up in Northside, a D.C.-based developer is moving forward with plans for its next residential project.
A former city-owned plot that was used in a land swap to lure Stone Brewing to Richmond has been sold to a Pennsylvania developer that’s mulling options for the site.