Henry Fletcher, who launched 1115 Mobile Kitchen earlier this month, aims to serve meat eaters and their “plant-based friends.”
The brokerage was in a Forest Hill Avenue office for more than 20 years, but it needed to double its footprint to 7,500 square feet to accommodate growth.
Plans call for a five-story, 60-unit apartment building to rise in place of a parking lot at the corner of Leigh and Second streets.
A children’s hospital capital campaign gets a marketing boost from a local consulting firm, Brandcenter students draw up a new nickname and logo for an area high school, and a public utility company hires a Richmond firm.
AvePoint aims to eventually grow its local staff to 200 after it goes public and trades on Nasdaq early next year.
Hogwash Express Car Wash is planning to open its second store in the region after demolishing the former Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House building.
A plan to open The Virginia Inn is getting pushback from nearby residents, one of whom has launched a “Don’t Venue Varina” campaign.
A new president and CEO is announced for a nonprofit. An auto retailer hires a CFO. New faces and promotions in transportation, finance and more.
Editor’s note: This post has been updated to include additional information from development plans that was received after the story was published. With plans already in the works for two dozen apartments on the next block, a Maryland developer has something larger in store for another Hull Street plot. Shakil Siddiqui, owner of Haris Design… Read more »
The Heylow e-commerce operation sells attire suited for working from home.