On the heels of Starbucks’s departure from the neighborhood, Grit Coffee has planted its flag in Richmond.
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SNP Properties plans to redevelop the building into 10 apartments above a ground-floor retail space that has long housed clothing shop Style Plus.
The nearly 180-year-old mansion at 1 W. Main St., named for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, is being marketed as a residential listing as well as a commercial opportunity, as the property’s zoning allows both by right.
TBT El Gallo will sell tacos, burritos and tortas when it takes over 2118 W. Cary St. in October.
The Patterson restaurant is one of about 300 nationwide to shut down due to the bankruptcy of the brand’s largest franchisee, NPC International.
Boho To Go made the jump from Instagram to a brick-and-mortar spot at 1520 W. Main St.
The 24-unit property sold for $133,333 per door. The Maryland-based buyer also has a medical office building in Henrico under contract.
Owner Jimmy Stump said the closure was prompted in part by customers being turned off by the fallout from recent protests in the neighborhood, many of which have taken place nearby.
The brewery will open a 3,000-square-foot standalone location in Blackwood Development’s 25-acre Winterfield Crossing project.
The World War I-era building will be expanded from 27,600 to 39,100 square feet to make room for the classical studies and philosophy departments and create a humanities hub.