GoGo Band, which was founded in 2016, moved into a 2,100-square-foot space earlier this month at 11080 Air Park Road.
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The Dive opened at 1800 E. Main St. by the same owner as Crave, which had operated in the space since October.
The store will be Charleys Philly Steaks’ second in the region, filling a space that was damaged during rioting last summer.
A marketing flyer touts a seven-story, 100,000-square-foot mixed-use project called Leigh Addition by Washington, D.C.-based Level 2.
Citizens Bank signed a long-term lease in 2019 for the entire 120,000 square feet for its local headquarters. The new landlord likes banks’ low default rates.
The owner moved to the area after opening a gym in the Fan and sees a market for a boutique fitness studio where she lives.
The building that formerly housed the bar and restaurant at 733 W. Cary St. sold for $40,000 more than what the sellers paid for it in December.
Bee Downtown expanded into Richmond from North Carolina with its first hives in Virginia atop the 26-story SunTrust Center at 919 E. Main St.
The 23,300-square-foot building adds to the university’s holdings in the area, where a 1950s-era apartment complex also changed hands for $7.3 million.
Two former butchers “with the best ground beef” became restaurateurs but they had only offered takeout since launching in February.