As it aims for dozens of new locations in its first year in business, a Hawaiian-style donut chain is setting up its first local spot in a VCU-area restaurant space that’s no stranger to new concepts.
The move coincides with recent removals of curb extensions, or bump-outs, that the city installed along Brookland Park Boulevard last year.
Windsor, selling dresses and other items for special occasions like parties, homecoming, prom and holidays, joins Warby Parker as a new arrival to the mall.
The side-loading tanks, which are made specifically for lagers, will allow the brewery to increase its beer output by about 60 percent.
Rebkee bought 28 acres for $4.2 million near HHHunt’s Wescott townhomes after developing an Aldi and Dash In nearby.
The women’s clothing chain, which is owned by Gap, shuttered its store last week in the south Richmond mall.
Hickory & Oak will focus on barbecue and chicken, and also offer shrimp and grits, steaks, salads and more as prepackaged meals and to-order takeout items.
Green Leaf Medical, which was only able to offer oil-based products until recently, plans to open locations in Short Pump and Carytown within 90 days.
Toy Lair, which launched three years ago as an online retailer, is entering the brick-and-mortar world at 3222 W. Cary St.
The south Richmond mall is being pitched as a “redevelopment opportunity,” according to a JLL flyer for the property.