The coffee chain, along with a new beer concept, are both up and running in a newly developed retail strip on North Boulevard.
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A longtime furniture company affiliated with Berkshire Hathaway is leaving Broad Street to chase potential clients into Scott’s Addition, where hundreds of new apartments have sprung up.
New development on Boulevard has added a new growler-filling shop to the local beer map.
A Fan landlord is pushing farther down the Boulevard with a new Starbucks and a beer startup on the site of a demolished gas station.
A 40-year-old, 176-room Richmond hotel is getting a facelift.
The Rebkee Company has purchased the old Stronghill restaurant building and is leasing it to local restaurateur Chris Tsui.
Upscale restaurant Stronghill Dining Company at 1200 N. Boulevard across from Buzz and Ned’s closed April 10.
Consumers and businesses might be cutting expenses, but that doesn’t seem to stop them from riding in style. James Limousine increased sales 40 percent over the previous year. Now the company rings in the New Year by moving into a 27,000-square-foot facility at 1207 North Boulevard. Randy Allen, co-owner and vice president of sales and… Read more »
A Pennsylvania developer of minor-league ballparks has released renderings of a possible $40 million, 8,500-seat stadium for the Boulevard, but he’s open to building downtown, too. Peter Kirk, a long-time team operator from the independent Atlantic League and a partner with Opening Day Partners, is working with former Richmond mayor Robert Bobb to develop the… Read more »
A new movie theater on North Boulevard in Richmond will be showing flicks in early 2009, according to a mondo banner that went up this week. Bow Tie Partners, the NY-based developer, is calling the project Boulevard Square. The theater is slated to be called Movieland. It will be the only theater in the City… Read more »