The Washington, D.C.-based firm, known for The Wharf development in its hometown, is planning a six-story, 367-unit apartment building at 3200 W. Moore St.
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After forging a following from behind a deli counter in Scott’s Addition, Mahmoud Farah is looking to turn his shawarma spot into a proper restaurant.
The closure comes just months after The Circuit’s owner sold its building to a local developer. The Circuit was among the first trendy, entertainment-focused bars to arrive in Scott’s Addition.
“The entire shop looks like a Bob Ross painting,” owner Lake Stephens said of the murals and décor in her shop.
Scott’s Addition’s first brewery has tapped out of the neighborhood, though the company may not have served its last beer.
As a multibuilding project in Scott’s Addition approaches the finish line, particulars about one of its restaurant tenants have been revealed.
The two shops are related, in that DawnStar co-owner Andrew Griimoiire also owns Wax Moon.
EAT Restaurant Partners President Chris Tsui said a pending lawsuit has “no effect on the forward progress of the food hall,” and that they’re looking to award construction contracts in the next few weeks.
Scott’s Addition’s first planned food hall has become the subject of a legal battle, while a parking lot dispute elsewhere in the neighborhood continues to play out in court.
Charlotte-based specialty insurance company Amwins is trading its current Richmond-area outpost in the West End for the former auto paint shop at 3318 W. Broad St.