Pancho’s Cantina & Grill at 1919 W. Main St. will feature two dozen flavors of margaritas, all made with fresh fruit.
Building owners in Manchester want a shop similar to the upscale neighborhood market that opened in November in Barton Heights.
John Conrad has owned the parking lot parcels he is redeveloping at 1505 and 1518 W. Main St. for 15 years.
Chicago-based developer Pinecrest is planning to build student housing with 171 units at 321 W. Grace St. near VCU.
The 9,500-square-foot Art Deco-style building, formerly home to Movement Church, will be converted into a dedicated event space with a rooftop area.
With pies topped with shrimp and grits and jerk chicken, co-owner Ashley Ramsey said the eatery is looking to add a Southern influence to pizza.
The local hotelier paid $3.2 million for the 13-story office tower six years ago, with plans to turn it into a hotel.
The developer of a planned high-rise said the neighborhood might have reached the elusive density threshold to attract a big retailer.
The brokerage was in a Forest Hill Avenue office for more than 20 years, but it needed to double its footprint to 7,500 square feet to accommodate growth.
Hogwash Express Car Wash is planning to open its second store in the region after demolishing the former Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House building.