Brick and Mortar Mercantile will be Ben and Tara Wegdam’s fourth store in Carytown, joining Zest Clothing & Co., Lou Lou Boutiques and Crème de la Crème.
Reveler Immersive Experiences plans to open in mid-January at 3108 W. Cary St.
The once controversial development’s fifth and final tenant is set.
BlowToad, a Carytown pizza joint owned by Richmond chef Jimmy Sneed, has closed.
A growing Richmond-based restaurant company is converting a former surf shop into a natural food joint.
The third time may be the charm for one local retailer, now that a former customer is taking over the company.
RichmondBizSense’s own Al Harris appeared on CBS 6 News at 7 last night to offer insights on the latest developments in the local retail scene. Harris, questioned by CBS 6 Anchor Bill Fitzgerald, discussed the Carytown big box brouhaha that has broken out over the future plans of the old Verizon building. Read more here… Read more »
Some Carytown merchants and nearby residents who oppose a Baltimore developer’s plan to turn a mid-century Verizon office building into a more than 41,000-square-foot retail property have started a campaign with an out-of-the-box slogan.
Board Paradise won’t be boarded-up after all.
Local small business owner Tammy Rostov made an appearance at the U.S. Capitol yesterday to support a healthcare reform drafted by House Democrats.