Vint has SEC approvals for its first offering — a $46,000 collection of 24 bottles primarily from California’s Screaming Eagle Winery.
One spot at The Summit was leased by a Richmond local who helped open Cabo Fish Taco in Blacksburg. The other space will be a neighborhood market.
The redevelopment of a Manchester warehouse and a Shockoe Bottom surface lot got the green light as did a 5-story, 52-unit apartment building at 711 Dawn St.
Brock Saunders wants to raze a former antique shop and put up three stories with 11,000 square feet that would include an office for his Summit Action Fund and brother Paul’s Hutch Capital.
Kalyan Hospitality and other local hoteliers are betting on an industry rebound as the pandemic fades.
The restaurant’s owner is now his own landlord. Just up the street, New York Deli is planning to build a rooftop venue.
The owner of Absolute Stone Design, a former professional midfielder in Europe, is self-funding the $500,000 buildout of Val’s Sportsplex.
Capital Square is under contract to purchase the N. Chasen & Son building at 2924 W. Marshall St. The 107-year-old painting and carpentry firm is looking for a new home.
The brewer plans to open a tasting room at 1509 Belleville St., about two blocks from its current home at 1301 Roseneath Road.
Guy Blundon and Mark Purcell this week sold River’s Edge, a 10-story, 213-unit apartment tower at 505 Porter St., to Denver real estate firm Four Mile Capital.