A year-old Jackson Ward restaurant is taking to the streets in search of new revenue and a potential second location.
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.
Plans to revive a long-vacant Shockoe Bottom restaurant building have gone back to the drawing board after the property changed hands for the second time in two years.
A recently shuttered beer and barbeque joint on East Leigh Street is being filled with a similar concept by new owners.
A sizable strip retail center at the edge of Short Pump Town Center that’s home to a Petsmart and Tropical Smoothie is under new ownership after its previous owner lost it to foreclosure.
“I’m a second-generation Dairy Queen owner,” said franchisee Jane Blackburn. “This is something that I want to pass down to my own children.”
A New York-based real estate investment firm is investing further in Manchester with the acquisition of another apartment building.
Two of the region’s earliest adopters of historic tax credit-fueled infill development scored an eight-figure price tag with the sale of several of their longtime holdings in Shockoe Valley.
A national fast-food chain with eight locations in the Richmond suburbs is cooking up its first location in the city, with plans to bring a new-to-market format to the edge of Oregon Hill.
The Henrico shopping center has lost one of its sweet spots – and another food tenant.
A collection of new residential uses on a former Christmas tree farm in Chesterfield is beginning to take shape, with plans filed this month for more than 200 apartments.