After a year on the road, a local food truck born out of its owner’s triathlon training is settling into a vacant Lakeside storefront.
After a dozen years honing her advertising chops in Chicago, Richmond native Beth Borum’s return to her hometown is playing out with a touch of serendipity.
Where brick vacation cottages once dotted the landscape, a considerably 21st-century assemblage of dwellings is taking shape at the former Moore’s Lake retreat site in Chester.
“Coming down here you would see that building, and even then, my father would talk about what a beautiful building it was,” said Charles Keck, who is selling the Art Deco-style building. “I don’t think he ever would have thought I would own it someday.”
Fresh off its opening a downtown location in the James Center, a Richmond-based brand of juice bars has moved into the area’s busiest mall. It’s also eyeing new spots in Midlothian and Norfolk.
The latest installment of Richmond BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour series returned to Scott’s Addition Wednesday night.
BizSense’s first Five O’Clock Belles event of the year brought out more than 100 Richmond businesswomen who braved the cold last week for a night of women’s-only networking at The Hof.
A longtime staple in the VCU dining scene is moving out of the neighborhood and east to downtown.
However cold it gets in Richmond today, it’s not cold enough for George Nyfeler.
A team behind a Scott’s Addition record store and video game arcade is opening a new retail store in the neighborhood with a focus on retro games.