The 17-story, 615,000-square-foot complex at 1001 E. Leigh St. started serving patients Monday.
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After decades as an assisted living facility, a century-old Monroe Ward building is set to change hands – and its redevelopment may not be far behind.
George Emerson and Phil Roper plan to add apartments to the Y’s existing building on Franklin and its adjoining parking areas.
Prescriptions on file at the 1007 E. Main St. location will be moved to the store at 2400 E. Main St. in Shockoe Bottom.
Birdie’s at 305 W. Broad St. will be a coffee house during the day and a seafood joint that specializes in oysters at night.
Raysean Edwards plans to open Phase 27, a small-plates concept with American, Italian and Mexican dishes, at 27 W. Broad St. in December.
Meanwhile, longtime Richmond law firm CowanGates is expanding east into Hampton Roads.
The publicly traded REIT unloaded the Springhill Suites by Marriott but still owns four other hotels locally and more than 200 nationwide.
Bee Downtown expanded into Richmond from North Carolina with its first hives in Virginia atop the 26-story SunTrust Center at 919 E. Main St.