Breakfast chain First Watch continues to show its appetite for expansion in the Richmond area. Work is underway on the restaurant’s new location at 5310 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn. The 4,700-square-foot space was formerly a Ruby Tuesday, which closed in 2018. When it opens as planned in February it will be the chain’s… Read more »
The nine-story, 310,000-square-foot facility, which the company shares with WestRock, is next to a 4-acre parcel CoStar bought this summer for $20 million for a planned office tower.
LaMar Dixon isn’t giving up on his long-promised business incubator, even if the building it was planned for remains in legal limbo. The local real estate agent and principal of Dixon/Lee Development Group is preparing to open Capital Station, an incubator for first-time entrepreneurs, at 1322 W. Broad St. The VCU-area storefront is about a… Read more »
An entity tied to local HVAC firm Woodfin purchased the property Nov. 18 for $3.5 million but said it doesn’t have any immediate plans to redevelop it.
Sources say an out-of-town firm is willing to pay more than $30 million for the 17-acre property and is likely planning a casino development.
Dominion Realty Partners wants to build a mix of apartments and for-sale townhomes next to Dominion Energy’s operations center.
Potential building heights of 20 stories or more have been opposed by neighborhood associations, which prefer a 12-story limit.
“We’re trying to bring as much of the restaurant dining experience to you without the restaurant,” said owner Whitney Cardozo, who bought the restaurant in 2017.
The arena-anchored GreenCity project raises new questions about the shuttered Coliseum, which has been attracting homeless encampments.
Chicago-based developer Pinecrest is planning to build student housing with 171 units at 321 W. Grace St. near VCU.