Ten years after it got a $14 million face-lift, the Marriott at 500 E. Broad St. is beginning renovations of its 410 guest rooms, to be followed by updates to its lobby and fitness center, and installation of a new restaurant to replace T-Miller’s.
One of the two restaurants is taking over the Short Pump location of Chinese joint Peter Chang, which will be moving next door. The other is a Maryland-based chain opening its first Virginia location.
The local coffee roaster opened its new outpost across from Scott’s Addition last week. Another spot is planned for Forest Hill.
The financial giant took two important steps this month toward opening a prominent location as part of its initial retail push into the Richmond market.
A national architecture firm has traded its longtime digs along East Main Street for a room with a view a dozen stories above it.
With acreage in hand following a seven-figure deal, an Indiana-based developer has plans for a sizable development along one of Chesterfield’s highly desired industrial corridors.
A resolution has been reached after a breakup within a local marketing agency earlier this year spawned a competing firm and a lawsuit in Richmond Circuit Court.
The Short Pump location will be the third for Scents of Serenity, which also has spas on Grove Avenue and Staples Mill Road.
Lining up its first location in the Richmond market, a national golf retail chain is headed for the western Henrico shopping hub.
Another chunk of what is becoming one of the fastest-growing intersections in South Richmond has been snatched up by an out-of-town developer.