A local company that aims to be an Airbnb-like service for warehouse space has stockpiled seven figures’ worth of fresh cash.
The 200,000-square-foot, 114-bed facility is nearing completion in West Creek.
Though the pandemic wasn’t the deciding factor in a move that’s been on the radar for a while, it did serve to fast track the change.
The pandemic’s effects reverberate in a peculiar way for coffee shops, which in normal times rely on the human connection and community – and customers sitting and often staying a while.
Pandemic or no, and despite having just opened a new 5,000-square-foot gym in Midlothian in January, a Ferrum College grad and former Arena League Football player is keeping his fitness business moving.
The hospital chain has pumped the brakes on plans for a 24-hour, 11,000-square-foot facility on about 3 acres at the intersection of Nuckols Road and Hickory Park Drive near Innsbrook.
From minor league baseball to concerts and musicals, organizers of large, in-person events in Richmond have a lot of unknowns to tackle as they look to come back from the coronavirus shutdown.
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another business, this one a high-end steakhouse that’s been a fixture of Richmond’s downtown dining scene since the early 2000s.
As local malls begin to reopen after the coronavirus shutdown, the Swedish clothing brand has walked away from the South Richmond mall for good.
Not even health care is totally safe from the economic disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic, as Richmond-area urgent care providers juggle the regular business of urgent care with operation of COVID-19 testing centers.