As interested developers prepare their proposals, the site of a planned redevelopment along the Boulevard is becoming a cleaner slate.
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The owner of a decades-old furniture and upholstery company is closing the business after 10 years on the Boulevard, but she’s not letting go of her real estate in the increasingly busy neighborhood. Whetstone Upholstery & Interiors’ last day of business at 1122 N. Boulevard will be April 22. Owner Madalyn Hopkins said she had the business… Read more »
Despite uncertainty about The Diamond, developers are continuing to revamp the stretch of Boulevard surrounding it, and a new Wawa gas station is the next project in line.
The newest venture by local restaurateur Chris Tsui opens today on North Boulevard, and ice cream chain Gelati Celesti announced yesterday that it will be moving in nearby.
With properties up and down North Boulevard, a local developer was part of the group that recently closed on the purchase of a former car wash property, which he intends to convert into two commercial spaces.
Construction is underway on Chris Tsui’s newest restaurant on the Boulevard, and the concept will be a big leap from the nearby Fat Dragon, focusing on burgers, brews and milkshakes.
A long-standing car wash plans to shut down, and its owner says the property – which sits along a stretch recently booming with new developments – will soon be sold.
A Shockoe Bottom production studio is moving to a larger space on the Boulevard as its current home heads toward demolition.
The stretch of Boulevard bordering Scott’s Addition is set for more apartments and retail, and the developer is also tackling an vacant storefront in a changing section of downtown.
A local commercial real estate veteran says the Boulevard is the next hot spot – and he’s getting in on the action with a 3-acre development project.