A pair of local clothing companies are looking to add to the fabric of Richmond’s Jackson Ward neighborhood with store openings in coming weeks, one of them picking up where it left off before the coronavirus arrived.
Stretched to the brink by the coronavirus shutdown, a longstanding local yoga studio will close permanently in July.
Six months after receiving an initial thumbs down from the county, a reworked version of a hotel-anchored development that would bring hundreds of new homes and other uses to central Chesterfield has secured the approval of county supervisors.
The donut chain has ditched the Carytown location it’s called home for almost a decade, as its franchisee hunts for a location with a drive-thru.
A slinger of Southern soul food opened a brick-and-mortar location in Shockoe Bottom Tuesday, trading up from a mobile kitchen in Northside.
The closure of the location at Carytown Place follows that of the Panera outpost in Stony Point Fashion Park.
Just as it is beginning to reopen after coronavirus closures, the Southside mall has lost another tenant.
The seller of the grocery-anchored property was Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler and the buyer was another publicly traded REIT based in Canada.
A bit of extra regulatory breathing room from loosened ABC restrictions during the pandemic has opened up new, and in some cases potentially business-saving revenue streams, for many local liquor makers.
The vaping retail chain has struck a deal to grow well beyond its brick-and-mortar footprint by acquiring an internet brand that brings with it annual sales in the tens of millions of dollars.