Julie and Paul Weissend are moving out of the shed they rehabbed into an office and recently expanded. Their building at 1620 Brook Road is available for lease.
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Raysean Edwards plans to open Phase 27, a small-plates concept with American, Italian and Mexican dishes, at 27 W. Broad St. in December.
Peebles Golf Cars acquired the property at 10441 Washington Highway so it can triple the size of its showroom and have more lot space for its fleet.
A seven-story building with 272 units is proposed for the former Wesco Distribution site at 2902 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.
Hickory & Oak will focus on barbecue and chicken, and also offer shrimp and grits, steaks, salads and more as prepackaged meals and to-order takeout items.
“If there’s a way to hit an easy button for an entrepreneur, then we are going to find that,” said owner Nadia Anderson.
“I’d be lying if I said we began without hoping to have the opportunity to expand,” owner Brett Diehl said of opening a second location in GreenGate.
At least one new school, a technology park, residential development and other uses are proposed for the property the county acquired last year.
The merger with Premier Bank created a $7 billion regional bank with 136 locations in Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
The decline in values was harshest in Henrico, where 80 properties fell to $288.6 million during 2021 — down 50 percent from $586.7 million in 2020.