A local donut shop chain has left a hole in Henrico, but a national competitor is spending dough on a new store eight miles to the east.
The last remaining legacy anchor tenant joins Macy’s and Sears in exodus that will allow owners to redevelop the mall as a mixed-use property.
The store at 900 E. Broad St. is closing Aug. 28 after more than two decades because the city terminated its tenancy.
Nothing against Food Lion, but developer Mark Daniel would like to bring some grocery competition to the rural county.
Local packaging manufacturer will use the cash to invest in production facilities in Richmond and Las Vegas.
“We’ve been through a lot of things. We’ve been through fire, we’ve been through cyber theft, a lot of things in our day. This was just something that took hold and didn’t stop.”
Good Foods Grocery, which soon will be neighbors with a new Trader Joe’s, will be upgraded and give its shoppers more room to get around.
Discount home goods retailer has two stores in Henrico and two in Chesterfield totaling around 150,000 square feet.
Manchester-based Sassy Jones reported 4,515 percent revenue growth over the last three years, making it the 75th ranked firm on the list.
To survive, booksellers turn to appointment-only shopping, online book fairs and curbside pickup.