“There are several chains that are in the suburbs, and I think you’re seeing people look for something else to meet their dining needs,” Chris Tsui said. “That presents us with an opportunity.”
J. Elias O'Neal
J. Elias O’Neal is a BizSense reporter covering commercial real estate, restaurants and other beats. He can be reached at [email protected] and (804) 554-6545.
The mixed-use conversion of Regency Square mall continues to move forward, with plans submitted for the redevelopment’s first residential component.
As it pads its portfolio with a property purchase in Manchester, a local development group is preparing to move forward with a new office project near Scott’s Addition.
A new-to-market juice bar brand has blended into a West End-area shopping center.
One of the first hotels to be developed in the area around Chesterfield Towne Center has been sold to an out-of-town investor.
A promoter of live music is pulling the plug on its plan to move a summer concert series from a Henrico office park to Goochland.
The gas station and convenience store giant would raze the longtime Arby’s restaurant, but would preserve the old cowboy hat sign that dates to the 1970s.
A Long Island-based chain co-founded by a UR alum has chosen a Henrico shopping center for its first location south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
As they pondered concepts for their second restaurant, sisters Rosio and Karina Garcia knew one thing for certain: The venture bearing their mother’s nickname had to be bold in flavor and design.
A duel between fuel stations soon will play out along a well-traveled corridor leading to the airport.