Eyemart Express opened a 3,580-square-foot store in Mechanicsville on Dec. 21, the company’s fifth in Virginia.
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Cobra Burger, which has operated as a pop-up, appears to be slithering into the Church Hill location that Dutch & Co. vacated late last year.
The Henrico County Planning Commission recommended approval, along with 75 Virginia Center Commons townhomes and a 360-unit development in Innsbrook.
Visible Proof is relocating to a bigger space in Carytown because it needs more room to grow its staff.
Bruce Milam launched his own firm after more than 25 years in Richmond real estate.
Fusion Bowl will open this week at 2061 Huguenot Road, a space that had housed Ginger Juice before it closed down.
A proposed $350 million, 20-story office tower and mixed-use complex at 500 N. 10th St. would salvage part of the failed Navy Hill plan.
The city’s efforts to acquire the land for a planned slavery commemorative site are moving forward anyway, but the owners would fight eminent domain.
Most of BareSOUL’s instructors are Black and owner Ashley Williams hopes that will increase minority participation.
The three properties — One Holland Place and the Vistas I and II — are 92 percent leased and total 155,000 square feet.