Thirsting for revenue after the coronavirus pandemic dried up business at his local bartending school, Mike Love got creative.
Rewatering the canal. Tunneling under the expressway. Closing Carytown to vehicles. Those are among the standout ideas and stats presented in the city’s draft master plan, which reaches the end of its public comment period Monday.
An 18th century Goochland County estate on a bluff overlooking the James River led the pack of the region’s priciest residential real estate sales in June, topping a month that had two other deals that also surpassed $2 million.
The owner of two Carytown clothing stores tried to make the most of the pandemic shutdown with a shuffling of her shops.
The top executive at a Midlothian-based bank is headed for the farm.
While regional chain Roots Natural Kitchen is in expansion mode, Florida-based Metro Diner now has closed both its local locations for good.
The national cookware chain, which on Wednesday filed for bankruptcy, is permanently leaving the struggling Southside mall. It’s Sur La Table’s only location in the Richmond region.
Tom Papa is lining up a seven-story project with 118 apartments on a half-acre lot on Decatur St.
STAC, founded by former UR, VMI and Ferrum football players, is a website for high school athletes to promote themselves and for coaches to more easily find their recruits. It has raised $800,000 from investors to date.
The new concept from the owners of the next-door Nama Indian restaurant and Switch Pop-Up Bar will bring the neighborhood its second rooftop bar.