Thirsting for revenue after the coronavirus pandemic dried up business at his local bartending school, Mike Love got creative.
The national cookware chain, which on Wednesday filed for bankruptcy, is permanently leaving the struggling Southside mall. It’s Sur La Table’s only location in the Richmond region.
STAC, founded by former UR, VMI and Ferrum football players, is a website for high school athletes to promote themselves and for coaches to more easily find their recruits. It has raised $800,000 from investors to date.
UR’s investment arm signs on as the former school property at Libbie and Patterson is in the midst of a $73 million redevelopment.
Running against the current in a tough time for traditional retail, a national chain is sizing up Richmond for a potential expansion.
The clothier, which has been a fixture of Carytown since the 1990s, is shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A regional chain of Mexican restaurants has looked to the West End for its sixth location.
As the Stonewall Jackson Monument came down from its pedestal for the first time in more than 100 years on Wednesday, a newly formed nonprofit initiative was working behind the scenes to help cover the cost of the removal.
The company has taken over 20,000 square feet in a redeveloped building on Belleville Street. It’s one of the bigger office deals in the neighborhood in recent memory.
The ghost kitchen trend has landed in Richmond.