Woofy Wellness has a fleet of buses to transport pooches to and from its facility, and that model adapted well to the pandemic.
The Manchester skyline is due for another new addition at the hands of a South Carolina-based firm that a few years ago tried to get in on the boom in Scott’s Addition.
Field to Fire, operating out of food-and-beverage incubator Hatch Kitchen RVA on the Southside, plans to launch with an inaugural popup event.
The 10,000-square-foot mansion is up for grabs publicly for the first time in six decades. The last owner was a Massey.
A Virginia Tech grad and former Verizon exec has a new financial backer on board to ramp up his company’s feature film output.
Bruce Vanderbilt purchased the Stationhouse Apartments building at 207 N. 3rd St. for $1.14 million.
While Chris Ripp couldn’t keep it in the family, he found a way to make sure the longtime Carytown restaurant remained a family business with attentive owners.
“It is an iconic coffee location in Richmond. In many ways, it has tracked the development of the Richmond coffee scene,” said owner David Blanchard.
The local chain of neighborhood markets run by restaurateurs Katrina and Johnny Giavos is extending its reach into the West End.
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.