The land was transferred to the EDA, which will negotiate a sale of the 92-acre property for a $2.3 billion arena-anchored development.
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A rezoning application to allow taller buildings to be built on the property is already in the works.
The firm has about 30 employees in Richmond, 10 of which will relocate to the 4,900-square-foot space that had housed the 3Sports triathlete shop.
The Indian buffet closed this month after 45 years in business but the building won’t be empty for long. Ariana Kabob expects to open within a few weeks.
The owner said the original Shorty’s location in Williamsburg has survived the pandemic, at least in part, because of a breakfast-and-lunch oriented menu.???
The local franchisee of California-based YogaSix expects to open two more studios in the Richmond area in the near future.
The real estate data giant, which has about 1,000 employees in Richmond, has become a major landlord along the city’s riverfront.
A transplant from New York City plans to open Second Bottle Wine and Snack Shop at 324 N. 27th St. in March.
The price tag included the 55,000-square-foot facility at 2308 Westwood Ave., which was built for $25 million, and a 20-year lease on the property.
The electronics retailer will be closing locations in Chesterfield and Mechanicsville in the coming weeks.