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.
The local brewery has permanently closed its satellite location in Shockoe Bottom after less than three years and now plans to expand into distilled liquor at its rural Goochland headquarters.
One of the developers of the Quirk Hotel has grabbed another piece of the Arts District.
As local malls begin to reopen after the coronavirus shutdown, the Swedish clothing brand has walked away from the South Richmond mall for good.
A significant step in the City of Richmond’s plan to solicit new development proposals for properties that were part of the failed Navy Hill plan is set to be put into motion this week.
A mainstay of the downtown mall is heading to Jackson Ward, where it will be across the street from one of its Charlottesville contemporaries, Common House, which is building a “social club” on Broad.