Both sides of Brun at 203 N. Lombardy St. already have their regulars and a third cohort of customers visit both spaces.
Commercial Real Estate
The lawsuit claims the university owes $240,000 for 10 months of back rent but VCU says the landlord failed to meet the lease terms.
“The health care real estate space is hyper-competitive,” said Flagship Healthcare Trust’s Gerald Quattlebaum. “The supply and demand are a little bit out of whack.”
M.L. Bell Construction is redeveloping 3410 W. Leigh, a 10,000-square-foot building it bought last month for $1.9 million.
The Richmond outposts of two soon-to-merge Virginia law firms won’t have far to go when it comes time to combine their local operations.
“Now every seat in the house is a waterfront view,” Housepitality Family’s Kyle Healy said of renovations to the former Conch Republic space along the James River.
Seven of the homes would be market-rate and front M Street on the property’s north side, while the two remaining homes would front 26th Street and would be sold as lower-income units.
As Richmond officials prepare to rezone the 20-block area referred to as City Center, they’re also taking further steps to position the Richmond Coliseum property for potential sale and redevelopment.
Katie Doswell has opened a West End office and Rachel Feinstein plans to open one in Chesterfield in July.
“The (brick-and-mortar stores) that do work are the ones that are experiences, they have an atmosphere,” said Don’t Look Back owner Hamooda Shami of his new shop Paper Tiger.