One of the longest-running corporate bankruptcies in recent Richmond memory has racked up more than $182 million in professional fees – and the meter is still running.
A Midlothian-based home goods retailer is decorating its portfolio with a new acquisition.
A local clothing seller that got its start online during the VCU “Havoc” craze is up and running in its first permanent digs.
The e-commerce retail giant known for its home furnishings and décor is adding to its network of distribution hubs with a new location in metro Richmond.
A clothing retailer with Southwestern roots is roaming onto Cary Street for its first store in the state.
As it continues its initial wave of stores around the region, grocery chain Publix has grabbed a spot in the suburbs for another new location.
Another locally owned business has sprouted in a new Short Pump development. Sauna studio Purify has opened its second location at 301 Maltby Boulevard, Suite C in GreenGate, a 75-acre mixed-use project taking shape on West Broad Street. The 1,700-square-foot studio features five private sauna rooms that are heated up to 140 degrees via infrared… Read more »
High fidelity is replacing high fashion in a West End retail strip as a record company plans retail and administrative space.
Randy Bohn is pedaling into the sunset after 36 years running bike shops, and closing his doors at the intersection of Staples Mill Road and West Broad Street.
A smoking accessory store with roots in Colorado and Charlottesville has opened its doors in the Fan.