The need for another bakery arose when its Brook Road building couldn’t power a new oven that was financed by a crowdsourcing campaign.
After selling its longtime downtown storefront earlier this summer, a 60-year-old local deli and wholesale business has sealed the deal for its West End relocation.
Changing course from a previously announced expansion into Lynchburg, the local brewery is making a detour into Shockoe.
The hospital system’s new plans include building a 55,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building just north of the school facing Libbie Avenue.
After five years of selling wholesale and through delivery and farmers’ markets, a local gluten-free and vegan bakery has its first dedicated retail storefront.
With $450,000 in the bag, a 4-year-old Richmond startup has hit a milestone in its second swipe at raising capital.
The “first day of school” is approaching for most schools in the area, but for a nascent local private institution, that term has literal significance.
The city’s newest brewery has struck a pact to get its beers flowing from taps beyond its recently opened facility in Scott’s Addition.
The short-lived Blue Ridge Arsenal has reopened under a different name, with the property’s landlords now running the show.
The local firms in this year’s rankings reported a combined $721.8 million in revenue in 2016.