An office building-buying trend among architecture firms is continuing locally with one longtime firm’s move to a suburban office park.
The new owner of the long-running Devil’s Triangle bar also owns a restaurant in Chester.
The interdenominational Christian retreat dating back more than 200 years in Church Hill is renovating its facility at 2209 E. Grace St. to prepare for the future.
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“We want the restaurant to have that feeling of, ‘Oh, we’re going to grandma’s house,’ but it’s the cool grandma,” said co-owner Mike Lindsey, formerly of EAT Restaurant Partners.
Richmond-based Cloth & Paper, which sells day planners and the paper inserts to fill them, has grown to 36 employees, 22 of which have been hired since March.
The developers behind a Veil Brewing-anchored project in Forest Hill led a group in the purchase last week of the 17,000-square-foot office building at 2120 Staples Mill Road for $1.1 million.
“This feels like the next chapter, the next iteration, of our story,” Flourish Spaces founder Stevie McFadden said. “The pandemic has made a lot of us think differently about what we do.”
A year after selling its first project there in an eight-figure flip, an apartment developer already familiar with West Creek Business Park is back for another go.
A $3.4 million crafts store is going up in Chesterfield. Chesterfield also reports a future Starbucks. Richmond reports apartment permits. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.