The Smokey Mug was created as a coffee shop-restaurant combo designed to adapt to the pandemic.
Commercial Real Estate
The Virginia Beach-based East Coast Appliance chain paid $2.5 million for the former Salvation Army thrift store building to locate its first Richmond-area store.
An office building-buying trend among architecture firms is continuing locally with one longtime firm’s move to a suburban office park.
The new owner of the long-running Devil’s Triangle bar also owns a restaurant in Chester.
The developers behind a Veil Brewing-anchored project in Forest Hill led a group in the purchase last week of the 17,000-square-foot office building at 2120 Staples Mill Road for $1.1 million.
A year after selling its first project there in an eight-figure flip, an apartment developer already familiar with West Creek Business Park is back for another go.
For the latest installment of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson, we take you on a tour of the ongoing transformation of Regency Square from aging suburban mall to modernized mixed-use development. This recurring video series takes you inside some of the most noteworthy real estate developments under construction in… Read more »
First Citizens Bank & Trust already has six retail locations in the area.
3001 W. Cary St. sold for $1.1 million on Aug. 18 and 3424 W. Cary St. sold for $400,000 the day before.
Ina, which sells strollers, baby carriers, clothing, gifts and toys, opened last month at 300 N. Robinson St.