As national tenants continue to vacate amid bankruptcies spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, urban planners behind a proposed update to Richmond’s master plan are not giving up on the troubled Southside mall.
The national cookware chain, which on Wednesday filed for bankruptcy, is permanently leaving the struggling Southside mall. It’s Sur La Table’s only location in the Richmond region.
The new concept from the owners of the next-door Nama Indian restaurant and Switch Pop-Up Bar will bring the neighborhood its second rooftop bar.
Restoring a roundabout near Southside Plaza, mixed-use development along Route 1 and a town center on Hull Street Road are among the ideas planners have for the city south of the river.
UR’s investment arm signs on as the former school property at Libbie and Patterson is in the midst of a $73 million redevelopment.
“As I was growing up in the ’60s and ’70s, it was a very dynamic economy there, with tobacco, textiles and furniture. All three have gone out of existence. I want to try to find another cash crop to replace tobacco.”
Running against the current in a tough time for traditional retail, a national chain is sizing up Richmond for a potential expansion.
A towering but aging feature of Manchester’s riverfront is being eyed for redevelopment.
The clothier, which has been a fixture of Carytown since the 1990s, is shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two mixed-use developments proposed at prominent crossroads on opposite sides of Short Pump are slated to receive initial scrutiny from Henrico planners this week.