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.
Boho To Go made the jump from Instagram to a brick-and-mortar spot at 1520 W. Main St.
Roanoke-based Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea ran the Richmond coffee shop, which is now up for sale.
The company says it has sold 500,000 masks since March and that large corporate clients like Capital One are its biggest drivers.
The 4,000-square-foot space is being marketed for lease by the landlord, who said the coronavirus is the culprit in the closure.
“Richmond made sense” for BitterSweet Boutique’s fourth location, owner Paula Pekic said.
Ever Better Coffee’s owners are renovating the entire 1,700-square-foot space and creating a rooftop patio.