“We’re kind of in the bull’s eye of COVID across our business sectors. People aren’t in offices and we can’t do catering,” said co-owner Scott Halloran.
Visible Proof is relocating to a bigger space in Carytown because it needs more room to grow its staff.
Most of BareSOUL’s instructors are Black and owner Ashley Williams hopes that will increase minority participation.
“I created so much for other people and now I’ve finally made something for myself,” said the owner, who has baked and taught classes for decades.
The focus area includes the Rockwood Square, Oxbridge Square and Rockwood Plaza shopping centers at the intersection of Hull Street and Courthouse roads.
The owners are aiming for zero waste by having a sister company build tree swings and ziplines out of the timber it collects when it removes trees.
The bohemian furniture store will be subleasing 3,500 square feet in the Shades of Light building on Broad Street.
The store’s new space is about 9,800 square feet. It will split off from the authority’s headquarters and warehouse, which are moving to Hanover County.
The company is taking 4,500 square feet at 1406 Belleville St., which is a door down from its 20,000-square-foot office at 1504 Belleville St.
Measuring 6 feet wide, 8 feet long and 7 feet high with open tops, the pods are big enough for two people to practice yoga together.