Green Leaf Medical co-founder Phil Goldberg confirmed the deal Wednesday during Richmond BizSense’s “Future of Cannabis in Virginia” virtual panel.
The funding round comes about a year after it relocated from a 1,200-square-foot space in Manchester to a 6,000-square-foot office at 1810 Mactavish Ave.
Among the group of five are three Richmonders, including the CEO of Shamin Hotels, the co-founder of The Jackson Ward Collective and the co-founder of Health Warrior.
The coffee retailer remodeled and added a drive-thru for its cafe. The chain is also planning a takeout-only concept in the Fan.
SimpliSafe plans to hire more than 250 people to staff a security monitoring center at 4840 Cox Road in Innsbrook.
A barbecue joint that decamped from the city last year now slings its smoked meats and desserts out of a former Pizza Hut in Henrico County. Stump’s Pig & Pint opened in recent weeks at 1164 Wilkinson Road within the Chamberlayne Farms Shopping Center. With the new digs comes a new bakery that features cakes,… Read more »
Twisted Crab plans to open in the 5,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Genghis Grill.
GoGo Band, which was founded in 2016, moved into a 2,100-square-foot space earlier this month at 11080 Air Park Road.
The Artisan Food and Beverage Production use refers to producers of specialty foods and non-alcoholic drinks for on-site retail and wholesale operations.
The Dive opened at 1800 E. Main St. by the same owner as Crave, which had operated in the space since October.