Bee Downtown expanded into Richmond from North Carolina with its first hives in Virginia atop the 26-story SunTrust Center at 919 E. Main St.
Two former butchers “with the best ground beef” became restaurateurs but they had only offered takeout since launching in February.
Pizza Bones owner Ashley Patino tested the market with pop-ups around town before launching her first brick-and-mortar spot.
Derek Cha and business partner Mike Kim have opened Hangry Joe’s Hot Chicken, a Nashville-style hot chicken joint.
Virginia Housing, which provided $500,000 to buy the automated device that prints with concrete, estimates it could lower construction costs by 10 percent.
EquityPlus plans to buy Virginia Avenue Elementary School and convert it and its surrounding three blocks into 50 apartments and 45 homes.
The state-owned museum will soon announce the winning proposal from 30 architects around the world to increase its space to nearly 800,000 square feet.
“We’re stormwater nerds,” owner Sean Simonpietri said. His Exact Stormwater Management absorbed Landsaver Environmental and its 26 employees.
“My wife and I went on dates there when we were in college,” said owner David Blanchard of his new space, which also once housed Crossroads coffee shop.
RVATukTuk, which offers tours and rides on the electric-powered, three-wheeled open-air vehicles, is getting busier each month and needs more drivers.