The new proprietor is a May graduate of VCU who spent all four years in college as an employee at the store.
A transplant from New York City plans to open Second Bottle Wine and Snack Shop at 324 N. 27th St. in March.
The electronics retailer will be closing locations in Chesterfield and Mechanicsville in the coming weeks.
Ezaddin Alshami, who also owns Northside Gourmet Market, plans to spend $500,000 to renovate the new space and add equipment.
The wireless carrier closed its Southside mall store in December, joining Sur La Table, Panera and H&M in leaving the ailing property.
One Three Guitar left its former home at Sound of Music Recording Studios as a result of the building’s recent sale for $1.2 million.
Eyemart Express opened a 3,580-square-foot store in Mechanicsville on Dec. 21, the company’s fifth in Virginia.
A local hip-hop artist, a bowling alley owner and a hotel veteran teamed up to launch the business this month.
The bohemian furniture store will be subleasing 3,500 square feet in the Shades of Light building on Broad Street.
Publix already opened in the new $40 million, 120,000-square-foot shopping center, Chase Bank is on the way and Virginia ABC may lease space.