“Unlike a paper card that’s just an afterthought, every single time you hand someone a metal card, when you have that second conversation, they remember it,” said Ryan Leach, co-founder of Lux Metal Card.
The owner of a Maryland-based convenience store chain is looking to redevelop and expand one of its Richmond-area locations in a project that would displace a neighboring restaurant.
One of the bigger storefronts in Carytown is set to become available next year as the owners of a longtime Richmond furniture and home decor shop head into retirement.
The group behind the redevelopment of the struggling West End mall appears to be cashing in on some of its success at the ever-evolving property.
Never Enough Books owner John King said he didn’t quite get the foot traffic he was hoping for on Broad Street.
“This is a major step for us,” Craig Brosius, co-founder of The Pit and The Peel, said of the company’s expansion plan.
A Richmond Fortune 500 is getting in on the Carytown retail scene, lighting up a vacant storefront with its new smokeless tobacco product line.
After seven years of slinging sandwiches, a Fan storefront soon will be scooping out something sweet.
“The new generations aren’t keeping their dresses the way their parents did,” said Blue Sage Bridal owner Noelle Parent. “Turns out no one wanted to wear those big poofy sleeves from the ’80s.”
With one last round of tenants signed on, a new office redevelopment in Scott’s Addition has filled out.