A pair of local clothing companies are looking to add to the fabric of Richmond’s Jackson Ward neighborhood with store openings in coming weeks, one of them picking up where it left off before the coronavirus arrived.
The $4 million redevelopment of the St. Luke Building, which housed the bank and other businesses of the pioneering entrepreneur and activist, is complete.
The national bank has found a spot for its first downtown retail branch, part of its continuing push to open a slew of outposts around the region.
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The state’s Phase Three reopening guidelines take effect this week, Richmond City Council talks police reform and monument removal, Powhatan taps a former Henrico official as its next county administrator, and a new round of business assistance grants roll out in Chesterfield.
The Richmond on Broad Café at 626 E. Broad St. has been closed since March and will not reopen.
As the public weighs in on what they want to see developed on city-owned properties around the Richmond Coliseum, city administrators are moving forward with a process to consider a recent proposal from a developer for one of those properties.
Eduardo “Lalo” Macias, owner of The Patron in Mechanicsville and Lalo’s Cocina Bar & Grill and Chicanos Cocina Bar & Grill in the city, is partnering with a local concrete company exec in the new venture.
Stretched to the brink by the coronavirus shutdown, a longstanding local yoga studio will close permanently in July.
The $2.4 million sale of office/warehouse space in Chesterfield tops transactions. Over 16,700 square feet in Henrico goes for the top lease.