“We love Pop’s and definitely wanted to keep it alive, but it’s about business and taking care of something we stepped into,” said Mike Lindsey. “This business model (Buttermilk and Honey) we know is successful and we know there’s definitely a need for it downtown.”
Fredericksburg native Damien Eure bought 521 Biscuits & Waffles last month from Aaron Bond and María José Mejía Ruiz for an undisclosed amount.
EAT Restaurant Partners, which owns more than a dozen local eateries, bought the 17,000-square-foot warehouse at 3013 W. Leigh St. and plans to open by 2024.
Dobrin Properties is planning to build six townhomes at 901-911 S. Randolph St. and it’s considering an apartment building of more than 100 units at 1108 Dinneen St.
Dave Gallagher and David Fratkin, who also own Tang & Biscuit and Dominion Payroll, were part of a group that bought the building.
The outpost near Colonial Williamsburg will be Strangways’ fourth, making it the only Richmond-based brewery to have a quartet of locations.
The lawsuit claims the university owes $240,000 for 10 months of back rent but VCU says the landlord failed to meet the lease terms.
M.L. Bell Construction is redeveloping 3410 W. Leigh, a 10,000-square-foot building it bought last month for $1.9 million.
“One thing we like to do, for better or for worse, is intensify land use and challenge norms with density,” said Center Creek Homes’ Greg Shron of the former Eck-owned plot on West Cary Street.
With 664 units, the purchase of The Acclaim at Carriage Hill independent living community equates to about $208,000 per door.