The five parcels, which total 3.3 acres and are assessed at a combined $9 million, currently house Cort, Tilt Creative and Buz and Ned’s Real Barbecue.
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After selling groceries, beer, wine and sandwiches, Sean and Pat Lynch decided to pivot to fine dining.
The office supplies retailer will permanently close at the Shops at Stratford Hills but it will still have stores in the region.
A university’s purchase of 23,350 square feet in Richmond for $2.5 million was the week’s top sale and 7,200 square feet in Hanover was the top lease.
The developer bought the 110-acre parcel in 2017 and is planning a multi-phase project with around 1.2 million square feet of warehouse space.
Pizza Bones owner Ashley Patino tested the market with pop-ups around town before launching her first brick-and-mortar spot.
Instead of getting a bank loan, the owner of New York Deli launched a Kickstarter campaign and raised more than $170,000 for the project.
Betting on an increase in demand, it will offer up to 42 bikes in 2,100 square feet compared to a pre-pandemic fleet of 31 bikes in 1,475 square feet.
The couple behind the year-old downtown eatery will open Buttermilk and Honey in the West Broad Marketplace as well as a forthcoming food hall in Manchester.
An entity tied to the parent company of Travis Kalanick’s Cloud Kitchens paid $750,000 for the building at 2812 W. Broad St. next to the Hofheimer Building.