The store is tied to a still-operational local nonprofit supporting youth in public housing through its mountain biking team.
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After driving past the former ARC Printing building on North Boulevard, franchisee David Duke decided to make the leap into the city’s most sought-after neighborhood.
Two members of Richmond’s new generation of developers have closed on their latest deal.
A pair of payroll executives, a CRE broker and a construction company head walked into an old warehouse – and a shuffleboard bar was born.
An art and home décor shop is leaving West Cary Street in favor of space within Sound of Music Studios.
Two local development groups are working to lure a fast-growing, high-tech golf range operator to a Henrico County site that’s a mere chip shot into the city limits. Plans for a Topgolf facility were filed with the county last week, calling for a three-story driving range and entertainment complex to rise at 2308 Westwood Ave…. Read more »
After a $1.5 million upgrade, a 71-year-old industrial warehouse in the neighborhood is now the home base of one of Richmond’s biggest marketing companies.
The heat of the neighborhood’s real estate market likely will mean the end of a local club.
The stage is set for two residential towers with commercial street frontage planned by veteran Richmond developers Louis Salomonsky and David White.
Two of Richmond’s up-and-coming developers are joining forces to convert a longtime Summit Avenue manufacturing facility.