The stationery chain, which has a shop in Carytown, is at least the eighth big out-of-town brand to seek protection in the local federal courthouse.
The public is invited to weigh in on what the future could hold for the outdoor mall in a weeklong charrette that kicks off tonight.
A 1.1 million-square-foot, $50 million-plus facility is in the works on a roughly 200-acre site north of Hickory Hill Road, along the west side of I-95.
After a decades-long career in kitchens working for others, Leo Bialkowski decided to become the franchisee of the local sandwich chain at 9720 Midlothian Turnpike.
Jackson & James Men’s Clothing Store will permanently close the store it opened in 2017 at 3200 Rockbridge St. in late February.
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.