Developer and landlord David Gammino and three others opened RVA Tobacco Lounge earlier this month at 2906 W. Clay St.
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“The offer we got was kind of ridiculous,” Sound of Music co-owner John Morand said.
The Shockoe Slip-based firm bought 1607 Highpoint Ave. for $810,000. The 0.1-acre site houses a 4,900-square-foot industrial building.
Village Bank leased space at 3117 W. Marshall St. but it will close its location at 1650 Willow Lawn Drive when the new branch opens.
The local café-and-market chain made the move to cuts costs amid the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Byrne Legal Group, formed by attorneys who broke off last year from Hancock Daniel, is taking 4,200 square feet in the under-construction Clay Suites project.
The redeveloped building, which has 10-year leases with The HofGarden bar and Peter Chang’s restaurant, has a deal pending just days after it was listed.
T-Caf, Salon de Thé, opened last week in a 2,200-square-foot space formerly the home of a consignment shop at 2943 W. Marshall St.
The neighborhood has two more office tenants, including a new arrival at the HandCraft Cleaners building.
The pandemic has knocked a D.C.-based firm’s plans for a Veil Brewing Co.-anchored food hall on Belleville Street off the table.