The donut chain has ditched the Carytown location it’s called home for almost a decade, as its franchisee hunts for a location with a drive-thru.
Commercial Real Estate
Fresh off his rehab of a Jackson Ward art gallery, local developer Bruce Vanderbilt has offloaded one of his projects near VCU.
A recurring collaboration between two Richmond development firms is bearing fruit in the form of three residential projects targeting low-income renters that are taking shape in different parts of the city.
“Without the ability to gather ー whether it be for a member meetup or a celebration rental ー the physical space no longer made sense for the business model.”
A local Jamaican food truck is going the brick-and-mortar route as it pulls into a former car dealer spot in the city’s Southside.
After getting several glances from developers over the years, the century-old hotel, which last operated in 1969, appears to be on track for a modern-day revival.
A slinger of Southern soul food opened a brick-and-mortar location in Shockoe Bottom Tuesday, trading up from a mobile kitchen in Northside.
In Scott’s Addition, it’s become common practice for developers to convert derelict warehouses into residential units. But a career electrician and local broker have flipped the trend and converted a set of old row houses into commercial space.
“In light of what’s happening in the hospitality industry, we pivoted to apartments,” Norman Jemal said. “The building is a very well-built building that fortunately works very well for both a hotel or apartments.”
The closure of the location at Carytown Place follows that of the Panera outpost in Stony Point Fashion Park.