The long-vacant Lighthouse Diner building on Hull Street, which until recently had been owned by an entity tied to Michael Hild, is not long for this world.
After years of struggling to figure how best to run the pro shop at his public golf course, Giff Breed decided to turn to the professionals.
As the pandemic’s impact on food and beverage businesses begins to be reflected in the city’s meals tax receipts, Richmond City Council is pushing for a new grant program to provide further financial assistance to restaurants specifically.
The new phase allows restaurants, gyms and some recreational and entertainment venues such as zoos and museums to reopen their indoors spaces to the public, within certain limitations.
Months after securing approval for the project, a national used-car retailer is pulling the plug on a planned distribution facility near Chester, while still moving forward with one of its signature “car vending machine” towers in Richmond.
What to do with an old downtown bank building after its brewery tenant moved out? Enter Sandman.
It will take more than 3,000 pounds of explosives and about 16 seconds to topple the 21-story tower at 701 E. Cary St. tomorrow morning.
Thalhimer was the seller and the land is slated for 344 apartments between two 11-story towers connected by a sky bridge.
A restaurant row of sorts is forming in Union Hill, with a new pizzeria grabbing a slice of the stretch of Jefferson Avenue that’s home to Alamo BBQ, Union Market and the forthcoming North End Juice Co.
Local restaurateurs have been pummeled by empty dining rooms, reduced volume and a reliance on takeout and delivery during the pandemic.