From the moment Mike Wilbert and fiancee Caitlin Kilcoin stepped foot in the Stoplight Gelato Cafe about two years ago, they knew its owner was on to something special.
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A national coworking brand with more than a dozen shared office spaces around the country is putting the finishing touches on its first Virginia location, in Scott’s Addition.
Sam Huang has caught the restaurant bug again. “I didn’t think I’d be at this point again in my career so quickly, but here I am,” he said of his new chain.
While neighborhood pressure has turned up the heat on one prominent property along Brookland Park Boulevard, another building considered prime for redevelopment and a potential catalyst for the corridor is now up for grabs.
After a year on the road, a local food truck born out of its owner’s triathlon training is settling into a vacant Lakeside storefront.
The city’s first bar-arcade is plugging into a bigger location, with plans to move from 6,300 square feet on Leigh Street to a 10,000-square-foot spot on Mactavish Avenue.
The plug has been pulled on a planned Northside brewery.
As it continues to work toward a deal to be acquired by BB&T, an Atlanta-based banking giant in recent weeks shed one of its Richmond branches.
A Canada-based company has scrapped its plans to open an axe-throwing bar on the edge of the Fan, though a similar concept from Washington, D.C. says it has found space for its entrance into Richmond in Scott’s Addition.
The California-based brewer has cut itself loose from its bistro in Germany while a similar concept it’s planning in Richmond’s Fulton neighborhood remains in limbo.