Another chunk of what is becoming one of the fastest-growing intersections in South Richmond has been snatched up by an out-of-town developer.
Commercial Real Estate
With its shiny new office tower up and running downtown, Richmond’s resident utility giant Dominion Energy is moving forward with plans to demolish a neighboring building while it mulls construction of a potential replacement.
“I figured this is the place to finally put my name over the door, open up and once again be on my own,” said owner Claudia Strobing, who’s had a career in baking.
Looking to live up to a family lineage of entrepreneurial attorneys, a veteran local health care attorney has struck out on his own after more than 20 years at the same firm. And he’s brought a group of lawyers along for the ride.
The Richmond-based regional bar and restaurant chain is opening a new location – this time near George Mason University.
With a newly opened café in a former Fan bookstore, a local businessman also has his sights set on Scott’s Addition.
“There are several chains that are in the suburbs, and I think you’re seeing people look for something else to meet their dining needs,” Chris Tsui said. “That presents us with an opportunity.”
The mixed-use conversion of Regency Square mall continues to move forward, with plans submitted for the redevelopment’s first residential component.
A Shockoe Slip yoga studio is rolling its mat westward for a second location.
Henrico reports more townhomes, and a tennis club gets an update. Chesterfield continues to work on its new schools and reports more townhouses. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.