A West End storefront has completed its transformation from one ice cream shop to another, while the surviving brand is close to dishing out a location in Virginia Beach.
After an eight-year hiatus, a Brooklyn-based retailer has re-entered the Richmond market.
A home décor shop/interior design firm is the latest newcomer to the Libbie-Patterson retail corridor.
An extra waft of roasting coffee beans soon will add to the buzz of the city’s most sought-after neighborhood.
Two years after opening its first location downtown, a local ice cream purveyor is serving up a second scoop on the Southside.
The Florida-based grocer is looking to build yet another new store in the county, which is slated to usher in a refresh for the surrounding retail property.
A Richmond-based grocer is closing its out-of-state outpost after a six-year run, but is keeping open the prospect of another Richmond location.
A grocery store that earlier this year replaced Martin’s in a Henrico shopping center has gone out of business.
In 2009, Dick Fowlkes and Kate Ackerly opened an envelope that would change the trajectory of their company for the better part of 10 years. After a winding path, untold amounts of lost online revenue and two sets of attorneys, they’ve finally emerged victorious.
A rebrand is in store for a downtown neighborhood market in a move that will give Stella’s owners Johnny and Katrina Giavos a third location for their grocery brand.