The Seattle coffee giant plans to open a new location as part of the redevelopment of the old Oak Hill Golf Course near Patterson Avenue’s interchange with Route 288.
There’s a clearer view of how much the McGeorge family fetched from the recent sale of its Richmond-area auto dealerships.
Shift’s decision to wind-down brings to an end a marriage that failed to improve the fortunes of it and CarLotz, both of which struggled after going public through ill-fated SPAC deals.
A new-to-Richmond plant store has branched out into vinyl records as part of its relocation from North Carolina to the Fan.
The North Carolina-based chain is in expansion mode, with four locations in the works, including one in Northern Virginia.
Stony Point Fashion Park recently got the OK from the state to allow visitors to drink alcoholic beverages while they walk around the South Richmond mall. Its new open-container policy will be initiated on Monday, said Howard Levine of Second Horizon, the real estate investment firm that owns the mall. Under the program, which is… Read more »
The deal follows last week’s sale of McGeorge’s two Toyota locations, marking the end of the family’s longtime run in the car business.
“I’m ready to retire and move on to something else,” cofounder Rick Hood said. “This is an excellent opportunity for fresh ideas and perspectives, bringing a different kind of energy to the store.”
The two shops are related, in that DawnStar co-owner Andrew Griimoiire also owns Wax Moon.
The long-running Richmond car dealer has handed over the keys to two of its Broad Street stores to an auto group owned by publicly traded Graham Holdings.