The owners of the furniture store in Shockoe Slip said they received several offers for the 112,000-square-foot assemblage.
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“It’s going to be a more upgraded version of my spot downtown that still looks like it’s from the 1980s in Brooklyn,” said the owner of Jo Jo’s Famous Pizza.
The university bought the 0.15-acre parcel for $183,000 but James River Distillery will lease the space and keep operating for at least two years.
Owner Nicole Clayton expanded from North Carolina and launched The Loft at Steamer Co. 5 in February despite the pandemic.
Out-of-town buyers snap up the office and condo tower at 1001 Haxall Point and the building at Libbie Mill Midtown at 4901 Bakers Mill Lane.
Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar, which thrived during the pandemic, plans to make use of its new outpost’s bigger kitchen.
The online used-car retailer is moving forward with a $25 million vehicle inspection and processing center in Chester as its car vending machine goes up in Richmond.
Crumbl Cookies, which specializes in oversized cookies, will open several Central Virginia locations this summer.
After taking over the business from the original owner, a former employee bought the 1620 W. Main St. building from him for $1.67 million.
The coffee retailer is opening to-go stores in dense urban markets, and providing drive-thrus, curbside service and walk-up windows in suburban spots.