The retailer’s space at VCC was acquired by Rebkee and Shamin Hotels in January for $3 million. The 97,000-square-foot building sits on roughly 7 acres.
The Belgian company plans to close or sell all 128 of its North America stores by the end of March due to the drop in foot traffic during the pandemic.
The Pit and The Peel will join two office tenants in the mixed-use project rising on the site of the old school property at 5800 Patterson Ave.
The furniture store will stay open in the space for at least the time being but the owners are mulling retirement.
D’Haiti Wellness, which has operated online since 2019, plans to open a retail location in the West End shopping center in April.
The retailer took 19,000 square feet at 11732 W. Broad St. In other Short Pump news, burger chain Five Guys plans to open a restaurant at 12300 W. Broad St.
“It’s a bit of a Tuesday Morning, TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Home Goods of lumber,” Sawmill Surplus co-founder Dante Diorio said.
The new owner plans to relocate Davis Watersports from his family’s car dealership north of Chester to the Prince George marina.
Rising across Interstate 195 from TopGolf, the multistory structure will be Carvana’s first in Virginia and its first storefront in the Richmond market.
The breakfast chain took over the former SaltBox Oyster Co. space and the art supply retailer filled 20,000 square feet formerly home to A.C. Moore.