Guy Blundon, Mark Purcell and Keith Woodard bought the 2.2-acre site at 700 Cowardin Ave., which had been planned for a residential project.
The concept, which will be Church Hill’s first brewery, will house a taproom, event space and a beer blending operation.
“It’s a lot of pressure to live up to everyone else’s expectations from the family business but I’m confident in myself,” said Lorna Bedford.
The coffee giant is under contract to buy the old Arby’s building for a drive-thru location.
The Opus Group plans to erect a 168-unit apartment building with ground-floor retail space.
One deal will help create a new office for a fast-growing local startup. The other gives the developer an extra piece for its nearby Hardywood-anchored project.
The commercial real estate brokerage is leasing 27,500 square feet on the top floor at 2221 Edward Holland Drive, a space formerly occupied by Kinsale Capital Group.
The 50-year-old store at 1125 New Market Road, along with a neighboring building, will be razed so a new 3,000-square-foot store and an eight-pump fuel station can be built.
The Shockoe Slip-based firm bought 1607 Highpoint Ave. for $810,000. The 0.1-acre site houses a 4,900-square-foot industrial building.
The new owner of the long-running Devil’s Triangle bar also owns a restaurant in Chester.