The retailers will share the 35,000-square-foot property at 11732 W. Broad St.
A mixed-use building with retail and apartments is planned on 5.3 acres owned by the Loving family.
“I didn’t want to leave, but this move was a decision made to survive,” said Rosewood Clothing Co. owner Ashley Carruthers.
When prescription orders dried up, Hope Pharmacy started leaving door hangars in the neighborhood to attract new customers.
The 50-year-old store at 1125 New Market Road, along with a neighboring building, will be razed so a new 3,000-square-foot store and an eight-pump fuel station can be built.
The Virginia Beach-based East Coast Appliance chain paid $2.5 million for the former Salvation Army thrift store building to locate its first Richmond-area store.
Richmond-based Cloth & Paper, which sells day planners and the paper inserts to fill them, has grown to 36 employees, 22 of which have been hired since March.
“This feels like the next chapter, the next iteration, of our story,” Flourish Spaces founder Stevie McFadden said. “The pandemic has made a lot of us think differently about what we do.”
Ina, which sells strollers, baby carriers, clothing, gifts and toys, opened last month at 300 N. Robinson St.
The local chain of neighborhood markets run by restaurateurs Katrina and Johnny Giavos is extending its reach into the West End.