Longtime customer Valerie Borkowski bought the business after an ownership death spurred the sale and she said it will be looking to expand.
Green Leaf Medical co-founder Phil Goldberg confirmed the deal Wednesday during Richmond BizSense’s “Future of Cannabis in Virginia” virtual panel.
The coffee retailer remodeled and added a drive-thru for its cafe. The chain is also planning a takeout-only concept in the Fan.
The owners secured space for their third shop in January 2020 but held off because of the pandemic. Now business is booming.
David Turner and Lindsay Schmidt bought Rick’s Custom Frame and Gallery after owner Rick Michaels decided to retire.
After selling groceries, beer, wine and sandwiches, Sean and Pat Lynch decided to pivot to fine dining.
The office supplies retailer will permanently close at the Shops at Stratford Hills but it will still have stores in the region.
It is legal to possess and grow your own marijuana starting today, but retail sales of the plant won’t begin until Jan. 1, 2024 and licenses will be limited.
The e-cigarette retailer launched a line of home-based growing kits in the runup to legalization in Virginia later this week. One catch: the kits don’t include seeds.
Niki Lowry started ChemCove Consulting in 2018, and it will supply the paint for her new direct-to-consumer Hound Paint Co.