Two Richmond women specializing in furniture restoration are planning to convert their new sprinter van into a mobile workshop and use it to broaden their delivery schedule.
Ginger Juice, which has locations in Richmond’s Village Shopping Center and Henrico’s Greengate, plans to add a third store in Chesterfield – while its owner is also considering franchising.
After about six years on the shelf, a local food co-op has met its expiration date.
A major redevelopment near the Fan is drawing to a close, with the last of its retail space taken up by a local convenience store.
A local private equity firm is looking to recoup an investment it made seven years ago in the wake of the collapse of the once mighty electronics retailer.
A West End storefront has completed its transformation from one ice cream shop to another, while the surviving brand is close to dishing out a location in Virginia Beach.
After an eight-year hiatus, a Brooklyn-based retailer has re-entered the Richmond market.
A home décor shop/interior design firm is the latest newcomer to the Libbie-Patterson retail corridor.
An extra waft of roasting coffee beans soon will add to the buzz of the city’s most sought-after neighborhood.
Two years after opening its first location downtown, a local ice cream purveyor is serving up a second scoop on the Southside.