Robert Fletcher is betting the third time’s a charm for his 3-year-old shop, Flooring RVA.
“It became apparent that even though it’s cool to have a shop out front, 95 percent of our business is music lessons,” said owner Ryan Corbitt. “The issue is it looked like a piano store, but we do more than that.”
The national brand, which uses a duck logo and competes with the likes of Vineyard Vines and Southern Tide, has only three other brick-and-mortar locations.
Shelia Anderson was being overtaken by yarn hanging from her doors and chairs, littering all her tables. She realized it was time to take her business out of her home in Jackson Ward.
A 23-year-old jeweler who graduated from JMU has opened her own jewelry shop on the Strawberry Street retail row.
A sizable strip retail center at the edge of Short Pump Town Center that’s home to a Petsmart and Tropical Smoothie is under new ownership after its previous owner lost it to foreclosure.
A local brewer is looking for gold in York County.
A West Coast shoe company is lacing up a Short Pump location.
The Arts District is set to get a tattoo shop with a haunted twist.
A local coworking brand is branching out for the first time into Chesterfield County, helping to anchor a sizable mixed-use development taking shape in Midlothian.