Rather than splurging on the latest toys this holiday season, local entrepreneur Shannon McAfee wants you to rent them.
Amir Patel is bringing the Tilted Kilt franchise to Virginia, and he says his eatery will be family friendly.
Another monster Pipeline, with lots of restaurant leases. Plus a recycling company leased 17,000 square feet and a church paid $600,000 for 7 acres in Henrico.
Business is good at a local pole-dancing studio — so good that the studio is moving to a bigger location.
Richmond is shedding construction jobs, according to a recent report by the Associated General Contractors of America.
After sitting vacant for five years and attracting vagrants and graffiti, an iconic Richmond building is now in the hands of local owners who plan to nurse it back to life.
Another challenger with big ambitions is getting ready to enter the frothy frozen yogurt business with its first location in Chesterfield.
Part of an aging shopping center is going up for auction next week after its owner skips town.
After a long legal career, attorney Ry Marchant is taking a stab at a resurrecting a location that would challenge even the most experienced restaurateur. And he’s investing $1.4 million to make sure it’s done right.
A massive pipeline this week, with two Richmond businesses expanding with tens of thousands more square feet. Plus Advance Auto Parts is adding two locations and more action on from local restaurants.