A local hip-hop artist, a bowling alley owner and a hotel veteran teamed up to launch the business this month.?
The bohemian furniture store will be subleasing 3,500 square feet in the Shades of Light building on Broad Street.
Publix already opened in the new $40 million, 120,000-square-foot shopping center, Chase Bank is on the way and Virginia ABC may lease space.
Of the thousands of stories and millions of page views on Richmond BizSense this year, there were some that captured the attention of readers more than others.
Bankruptcies exploded and stores shuttered but mom-and-pops moved in and new grocery markets opened.
New office, retail and residential buildings with thousands of apartments are in the works across the region despite the pandemic.
Jordan Childs, the now-former owner of Scott’s Addition-based Shine Craft Vessels, is planning to learn to play the banjo.
The space at 7 W. Broad St. has several concepts in play such as screen printing and graphic design but is primarily focused on fashion.
Main Street Homes wants to fill 20 acres along Hull Street with 122,500 square feet of commercial space to support hundreds of multifamily units.
The retail pivoting has worked thus far, and the company has been able to break even without resorting to layoffs or pay cuts.