Elizabeth Vranas bought the store from James Kinard, who started it nearly 30 years ago.
Commercial Real Estate
Where Slurpees and gasoline flow, multimillion-dollar real estate deals seem to follow.
A Fan-area takeout spot’s seven-year run has come to an end.
Site work has started on The Foundry, a $40 million, 200-unit complex near School Street and Brook Road, a couple blocks southeast of VUU.
The tribe’s spokesman said the deal is on land that could be a location for a casino and resort, but emphasized they remain flexible in deciding a location.
There’s a new head under the umbrella of the popular West End market.
Like a suburban shopping mall in the 1980s, the Richmond federal courthouse is drawing in big retailers left and right – but for reasons only an attorney could love.
As an update to Richmond’s master land-use plan continues, a separate but related effort to redefine a business zoning district found primarily in the city’s Southside is likewise moving forward, despite reservations from residents of a neighborhood on the opposite side of the river.
Not one to whine when things get tough, the owner of the French restaurant is trying something new to squeeze out some extra revenue.
The City of Richmond’s efforts to remediate the former Fulton Gas Works site for reuse or redevelopment will mean the loss of nearly all of the site’s century-old structures, including the main building beside Williamsburg Avenue.