While many local restaurants have closed abruptly during the coronavirus downturn, one Richmond restaurant group quickly reopened an outpost in Scott’s Addition it had closed when the economy was stronger.
A Shockoe Bottom eatery has tapped out permanently, while its sister restaurant in the West End continues cooking.
The brewery has sold its other Ownby Lane property to Spy Rock, which plans upwards of 200 residences on the surrounding parcels. And Hardywood says the extra cash will help it weather the coronavirus storm.
Read and see highlights of the inaugural episode of BizSense’s new online series of coronavirus-related panel discussions, featuring Johnny Giavos, Rick Lyon and Harold Vega.
Auctions are continuing this week on a chunk of embattled businessman Michael Hild’s portfolio of Manchester properties.
The deal amounts to just over $1 million per acre, and gives the school part of the land it needs for its planned athletic village. Meanwhile, it’s decided to pump the breaks on its $16 million emergency room in New Kent County.
“We have to ensure that we don’t get into a toilet paper situation.”
ABC stores in the Richmond region sold nearly $7 million worth of liquor last week as the full extent of the coronavirus spread began to hit home.
More than 200 new apartments are being eyed at Rocketts Landing, after the riverfront neighborhood’s developer filed plans days before the coronavirus pandemic swept the nation.
Construction, food and beverage, retail and others are able to continue operating onsite following the governor’s order Monday to shut down non-essential businesses and schools.