Inspired by their fashionable and entrepreneurial grandmother, two local sisters are taking a pandemic-prompted pivot to the next level.
A nonprofit expects to spend $1.8 million on planning and engineering for a 2-mile section. The cost including construction will be about $10 million.
The new campus is twice as big, allowing the Richmond-area outpost to have a culinary arts program and a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Paymerang, which makes software for payment processing, completed an expansion into the fourth level of 7401 Beaufont Springs Drive in the Boulders office park.
Git The Trucking Commercial Tires opened this month at 534 E. Washington St. and another location in Portsmouth will follow in the fourth quarter.
The Happy Body Space at 4110 Fitzhugh Ave. rents space by the hour to counselors, massage therapists, personal trainers and other health professionals.
Gagan Marwaha added Cameron Lofts at 325 Brown St. to his portfolio. It features 33 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as about 26,000 square feet of office space.
It will occupy 48,500 square feet in a portion of the lower floor of the mall near the former JCPenney that required some tenants to relocate.
Maple Street Biscuit Co., which is opening its first Virginia restaurant in Short Pump in February, will open one in the Huguenot Village Shopping Center in the spring.
The practice, which already has an office in Henrico, owns its own locations so it can build in-house pools for aquatic therapy. The burger joint will stay.