The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild made the annual contest smaller this year and six Richmond area breweries brought home a total of eight awards, compared to 12 breweries with 16 awards last year.
The 4,000-square-foot space is being marketed for lease by the landlord, who said the coronavirus is the culprit in the closure.
The original Wigwam log cabin, a former motel and night club that dated back to the 1920s, was moved to make room for a new 15,000-square-foot commercial building fronting Route 1.
The agency also approved an eight-month extension of Bon Secours’ performance agreement deadline for the redevelopment of the former Westhampton School site and the expansion of Richmond Community Hospital in North Church Hill.
Ever Better Coffee’s owners are renovating the entire 1,700-square-foot space and creating a rooftop patio.
Capital Area Health Network, which has seven locations in the Richmond region, purchased a three-story, 37,000-square-foot building at 101 Cowardin Ave.
WPA owner David Rohrer said the bakery is leaving its original location after eight years and consolidating operations into its Forest Hill location to keep the business viable.
At about $5 million an acre, the downtown property eclipses recent highs of more than $2 million an acre in other sought-after neighborhoods.
The Top shut down at 10 Walnut Alley but the operator plans to open Nexx, another restaurant and nightclub, at 1713 E. Main St.
A local donut shop chain has left a hole in Henrico, but a national competitor is spending dough on a new store eight miles to the east.