The seller was a Minnesota man who paid $3.8 million in 2015 for The Maxey Center at 3452 Anderson Highway.
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The 1,100-square-foot space at 4915 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn will cater to anyone who wants to take pictures with different backgrounds and props.
A nearly century-old building would be razed to make way for a three- and four-story structure with facades that make it look like downtown rowhouses.
The city’s tallest structure will likely be sold or demolished after a new tower is built but the old court building might be retained after the $500 million project ends.
Housepitality Family’s lease for 11 Orleans St. starts in mid-September after the Key West-inspired seafood joint closes down. The concept that will replace it will be announced later.
Brad Barzoloski might revive the Luncheonette concept he shuttered in 2018 but he is focusing now on growing his waffle brand.
The mainly online eyewear retailer sees potential in the Richmond market and is looking to open more brick-and-mortar locations.
Big Chile is taking over the 2,000-square-foot space at 10184 W. Broad St. in the Lexington Commons Shopping Center.
The redevelopment at 2300 Hermitage Road could potentially house a new corporate office for Breeden Construction.
The co-founders of Happy Trees expect demand for soils, grow lights, nutrients and other items needed to raise the plants to climb as legalization expands nationwide.