“There’s a hole in menswear in Richmond,” said Alan Long, who owns the store with Rebkee’s Kevin McFadden. “I’m not trying to get a three-pack of Hanes T-shirts, but I’m also not looking for a $200 T-shirt.”
National gym chain Life Time is still looking to make its entry into the Richmond market, but it won’t be doing so at the troubled Southside Mall.
Undeterred by the coronavirus pandemic, a local gelato and snack maker are expanding their offerings and hoping to gain more traction in a competitive, unpredictable time for companies vying for space on grocery shelves.
The longtime Northside business has left the city and its namesake neighborhood to set up shop in nearby Lakeside.
After years of struggling to figure how best to run the pro shop at his public golf course, Giff Breed decided to turn to the professionals.
Developer Regency Centers is delaying some of the Publix-anchored shopping center’s Cary Street-fronting storefronts, in light of coronavirus uncertainty.
Months after securing approval for the project, a national used-car retailer is pulling the plug on a planned distribution facility near Chester, while still moving forward with one of its signature “car vending machine” towers in Richmond.
Main commercial corridors in the city that had just begun to reopen in the face of coronavirus are closed once again, as long stretches of downtown east of Arthur Ashe Boulevard are now boarded up as they ride out the wave of protests spurred by the death of George Floyd.
With Amazon on board, developer Devon USA now has filled more than 1 million square feet on Bellwood Road in Chesterfield, where it plans to begin the project’s final phase.
The stage is set for the development of a 48,400-square-foot shopping center in the Montpelier area of Hanover County, thanks to the recent rezoning approval handed down from the Board of Supervisors.