“We want the restaurant to have that feeling of, ‘Oh, we’re going to grandma’s house,’ but it’s the cool grandma,” said co-owner Mike Lindsey, formerly of EAT Restaurant Partners.
The developers behind a Veil Brewing-anchored project in Forest Hill led a group in the purchase last week of the 17,000-square-foot office building at 2120 Staples Mill Road for $1.1 million.
The price tag on the 190-unit Wilde Lake Apartments at 2900 Bywater Drive equates to $185,263 per door.
The Manchester skyline is due for another new addition at the hands of a South Carolina-based firm that a few years ago tried to get in on the boom in Scott’s Addition.
The founder who ran the IT firm until 2018 has returned to the Scott’s Addition-based company as its CEO.
It’s the third time since the start of the pandemic that a national restaurant brand has exited the neighborhood.
The Richmond family known for its grocery store chain and boutique hotels purchased 2008 Libbie Ave. for $1.17 million.
Bruce Vanderbilt purchased the Stationhouse Apartments building at 207 N. 3rd St. for $1.14 million.
While Chris Ripp couldn’t keep it in the family, he found a way to make sure the longtime Carytown restaurant remained a family business with attentive owners.
Western Express Inc. last week purchased 15.5 acres worth of industrial properties at 5600 Midlothian Turnpike and 218 Erich Road.