Another national retailer’s bankruptcy is having a ripple effect on Richmond storefronts, this time with three area malls losing a tenant.
A South Carolina-based real estate investment firm has picked up a Southside shopping center in its first foray into metro Richmond.
A national brand of bike shops is pedaling out of the West End, as its parent company is closing all of its stores nationwide.
A team behind a Scott’s Addition record store and video game arcade is opening a new retail store in the neighborhood with a focus on retro games.
One downtown Broad Street storefront has new life, while another down the block is closing.
A West End shopping center has found its sweet spot.
With the last of its retail buildings set to rise in the coming months, one of Short Pump’s newer shopping center developments has scored a sizable new tenant.
The date Nov. 10, 2008, likely doesn’t ring much of a bell for most Richmonders these days. But for the group that gathered last week at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, the fateful Monday 10 years ago still carries weight – at least enough to give them a reason to party.
It’s out with the old, in with the new for a Carytown storefront.
For the second time in two years, a San Francisco-based children’s clothing company is seeking refuge in Richmond’s bankruptcy courts, in a move that’s good news for some local attorneys and bad news for three local malls.