An Arts District thrift shop that shut down late last year is set to re-emerge up the street.
The developers of the 80-acre mixed-use neighborhood in Henrico have filed plans for a five-story, 350-unit apartment building, as well as a new 11,800-square-foot retail center that will rise on a former bank branch site.
A New York-based shirt brand and Arizona-based ice cream maker are slated to join the region’s busiest mall.
A former Blockbuster Video storefront in Midlothian is full of new life.
A new retail shop with a nostalgic streak has opened in Jackson Ward.
Another national womenswear retailer has closed some of its local stores, adding to vacant space at two area shopping malls.
A large chunk of a shopping center in Chesterfield’s Woodlake area changed hands in recent months, as an out-of-town investor made its first acquisition in the Richmond market.
Relations between a publicly traded company that’s soon to move its headquarters to Henrico County and its founder appear to have splintered.
“Coming down here you would see that building, and even then, my father would talk about what a beautiful building it was,” said Charles Keck, who is selling the Art Deco-style building. “I don’t think he ever would have thought I would own it someday.”
A family of local retail developers went on a nine-figure selling spree last month involving retail properties anchored by the likes of Wegmans, Kroger and Walmart.