The pandemic has knocked a D.C.-based firm’s plans for a Veil Brewing Co.-anchored food hall on Belleville Street off the table.
“It’s not a long-term solution at all, but it’s breathing some life back into our business after the complete disintegration of on-premise sales.”
The state agency, spurred by the pandemic, will wait to go forward with a 100,000-square-foot addition to its headquarters at 601 S. Belvidere St.
The challenges of running a restaurant in the age of coronavirus have presented an opportunity for a downtown taco shop and rooftop bar to team up.
Fresh off his rehab of a Jackson Ward art gallery, local developer Bruce Vanderbilt has offloaded one of his projects near VCU.
A local Jamaican food truck is going the brick-and-mortar route as it pulls into a former car dealer spot in the city’s Southside.
In Scott’s Addition, it’s become common practice for developers to convert derelict warehouses into residential units. But a career electrician and local broker have flipped the trend and converted a set of old row houses into commercial space.
“In light of what’s happening in the hospitality industry, we pivoted to apartments,” Norman Jemal said. “The building is a very well-built building that fortunately works very well for both a hotel or apartments.”
Work on the farm brewery, the first brewery planned in Moseley, has been slowed down by tweaks to its designs and the pandemic.
Carytown’s Can Can Brasserie is in the hands of a new owner.