Grub LLC, owner of the nearby Trojan Grill, decided to open another concept in the former Colonial Kitchen & Market space to keep competitors away.
The increase from $300,000 to $400,000 would exempt more small businesses; Henrico reached a $500,000 threshold this fiscal year.
Third Eye Comics is relocating to a new storefront within Creighton Crossing shopping center after nearly three years elsewhere in the same retail strip.
The owner of Bermuda Square shopping center has been selling off portions of the retail strip since acquiring it in 2019.
The 2,000-square-foot former auto upholstery shop at 1004 N. Sheppard St. will soon be converted into a sort-of display case for Neo-Classic Cars.
Trail Hut buys and sells used backpacks, hiking boots, clothing, tents and cookware, and does repairs.
The not-for-profit hospital chain will take over Tuckahoe Orthopaedics, which has operated in the region for more than 40 years.
Naborforce is a Lyft-like service that facilitates companionship and other errands for elderly people by matching them with contractors.
Owner Nicole Clayton expanded from North Carolina and launched The Loft at Steamer Co. 5 in February despite the pandemic.
Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar, which thrived during the pandemic, plans to make use of its new outpost’s bigger kitchen.