What was the home of the now-defunct dining and social club is nearing the end of a three-year conversion that’s turned the 1870s-era building into eight units.
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The hillside site has been marketed over the years for residential development, with zoning in place that could allow for over 200 units.
Two former butchers “with the best ground beef” became restaurateurs but they had only offered takeout since launching in February.
The brewer needed a special-use permit for the former Richmond Association of Masonic Lodges building at 520 N. 25th St., where it will open “93 by Trapezium.”
The City Council will consider a special-use permit after the Planning Commission recommended allowing a larger space for a brewery at 520 N. 25th St.
Crescent Development had been planning a commercial project for the Duke’s site but pivoted to building residential.
A transplant from New York City plans to open Second Bottle Wine and Snack Shop at 324 N. 27th St. in March.
Measuring 6 feet wide, 8 feet long and 7 feet high with open tops, the pods are big enough for two people to practice yoga together.
A Church Hill caterer is about to switch to a model built on smaller portions. Soul N’ Vinegar plans to reorient from a focus on catering, which prior to the pandemic had been its bread-and-butter, toward ready-to-eat, single-serve takeout meals. The change comes as a result of COVID-19, which caused an 80 percent drop in… Read more »
Richmond’s Commission of Architectural Review recently endorsed a plan to renovate an existing building with a modern-style addition to create nine apartments and two commercial spaces.