With the 320-unit Rise at Regency complex nearing completion, the mall’s owners are planning a second phase of 226 units along Starling Drive.
Both sides of Brun at 203 N. Lombardy St. already have their regulars and a third cohort of customers visit both spaces.
The Bellevue Avenue bakery space may not stay vacant for long, as Early Bird owner Tim Laxton said he’s in discussions with a potential buyer for the equipment and lease.
“We’re trying to go around the state of Virginia for now to see where we could potentially go,” PlayRVA co-owner Taylor Pace said. “We just wanted to ramp it up and get things moving as soon as possible.”
“Overall it may be a different name on the check so-to-speak, but inside these doors it’s the same staff and feel Richmond knows. We are still very much Carytown Bikes,” said co-found Jesse Leadbetter.
“The (brick-and-mortar stores) that do work are the ones that are experiences, they have an atmosphere,” said Don’t Look Back owner Hamooda Shami of his new shop Paper Tiger.
The Maryland-based company sells residential and commercial stone and tile products, porcelain slabs and wood and vinyl flooring.
Redbox+ rents dumpsters with built-in portable toilets, which it pitches as a convenient way for contractors to secure two key pieces of equipment for a job.
The proposed 122-acre mixed-use development near Chester would feature commercial and retail space, residential units, a hotel and other uses.
The group, led by Baltimore-based Weller Development Co. and New York-based LMXD, is one of six on a list that could be whittled down by the city as soon as next week.