The owner of a Shockoe Bottom bike shop is shifting gears with a new concept in a new space next door.
A well-known ramen noodle soup brand is looking to beef up its already massive local manufacturing facility.
A prime Fan retail space soon will be on the hunt for a new tenant – and whoever moves in will have to get used to the bear.
Sabra Dipping Co. is adding 40,000 square feet to its plant in the Ruffin Mill Industrial Park, for a total of 260,000 sf. It would double its cold-storage capacity.
With a Whole Foods store rising across the street, a new-to-Richmond pizza and beer joint has opened on Broad Street in the Fan.
The business of booze is spilling further into Powhatan County. Three Crosses Distillery is preparing to open at 3835 Old Buckingham Road, where it will make whiskey, rum, moonshine, vodka, rye and bourbon. Distilling is something of a family tradition for Three Crosses owners Michelle and John Davenport. Michelle said her husband’s great-uncle was once… Read more »
As a new gathering space for creative types nears completion in Scott’s Addition, its boozy building mate has opened for business.
Shockoe Bottom has a new place to get its caffeine fix. Ironclad Coffee Roasters on Monday opened its first full-time retail spot the former firehouse at 1805 E. Grace St. The location joins Ironclad’s Scott’s Addition roasting facility at 2904 W. Moore St., which married owners Ryan and Kelly O’Rourke launched two years ago. Ironclad… Read more »
The launch date for the city’s newest brewery – and the first in Northside – is in sight.
The owner of a local alpaca business is putting her venture on hold as she looks to sell her 18-acre equestrian estate and residence.