Accoutre, which closed its Scott’s Addition location during the pandemic and has operated online since, plans to open its new shop in July.
“Hey, do you want to buy a grocery store?” Patrick Morris asked his wife Megan after considering starting a coffee shop or book store.
Franchisees signed leases in Willow Lawn shopping center, Stonehenge Village in Midlothian and Short Pump Station. Each will store have 25 employees and open by September.
Resolve Bodyworks plans to open at 2313 W. Cary St. in early June, its third move in four years.
The owner is an interior designer who moved here from Cleveland with a passion for dinner parties.
One spot at The Summit was leased by a Richmond local who helped open Cabo Fish Taco in Blacksburg. The other space will be a neighborhood market.
“Scott’s Addition over the last couple of years has changed a lot, and for a small business owner like me it hasn’t changed for the better,” said Gearhead Camera owner Max Fischer.
Third Eye Comics is relocating to a new storefront within Creighton Crossing shopping center after nearly three years elsewhere in the same retail strip.
The owner of Bermuda Square shopping center has been selling off portions of the retail strip since acquiring it in 2019.
The 2,000-square-foot former auto upholstery shop at 1004 N. Sheppard St. will soon be converted into a sort-of display case for Neo-Classic Cars.