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.
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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.
The locally-based used vehicle consignment company, which recently listed on Nasdaq, is relocating to the HandCraft building at 3301 W. Moore St.
Green Leaf Medical will open in four months at 11190 W. Broad St. and is scouting locations in Scott’s Addition, Petersburg, Ashland and Carytown.
The owner had leased space on Marshall Street with plans to serve VCU students but went with a bigger location on Cary Street instead.
New York-based chains King Crab Juicy Seafood and Hook & Reel are opening new locations.
A 12,800-square-foot, one-story building is rising on a 5-acre site in Oakbridge Business Park.
The retailer’s space at VCC was acquired by Rebkee and Shamin Hotels in January for $3 million. The 97,000-square-foot building sits on roughly 7 acres.