Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg has put two sister practices into the newly renovated Brookfield Commons building, owned by local developer Stanley Shield.
“There’s a hole in menswear in Richmond,” said Alan Long, who owns the store with Rebkee’s Kevin McFadden. “I’m not trying to get a three-pack of Hanes T-shirts, but I’m also not looking for a $200 T-shirt.”
National gym chain Life Time is still looking to make its entry into the Richmond market, but it won’t be doing so at the troubled Southside Mall.
The county bought 353 acres to tack onto the tech and logistics park near Chester, with the hope it finds use as the site of manufacturing facilities.
Undeterred by the coronavirus pandemic, a local gelato and snack maker are expanding their offerings and hoping to gain more traction in a competitive, unpredictable time for companies vying for space on grocery shelves.
Sidewalks and parking spots have become the new impromptu patios for local restaurants as they’ve begun to reopen to sit-down customers.
The longtime Northside business has left the city and its namesake neighborhood to set up shop in nearby Lakeside.
VCU officials expect that enrollment will be 10 percent lower for the coming academic year, which translates into a $55 million drop in tuition revenue.
“We’re doing this with a lot of attention to detail. You can’t wing a reopening,” said John Freeland, operator of local Crunch Fitness locations.
On the heels of launching an email-based system for development plans, the county has another new tool aimed in part at developers and businesses.