EAT Restaurant Partners, owner of more than a dozen local eateries such as Fat Dragon and Red Salt Chophouse, will convert the West Leigh Street building and open the food hall in 2024.
The trustee overseeing the revived LandAmerica bankruptcy case isn’t having an easy time getting his lawsuit against Bruce Matson to move along at a judicial pace.
Residents have started to move into the Henrico County mall’s first phase of apartments, a $65 million, 320-unit complex called The Rise at Regency.
Biscuits & Gravy is taking over the diner space at 1602 Roseneath Road, a building that was purchased in March for $7 million by a group that includes the owners of Tang & Biscuit.
“I love to ride my bike, I love to meet people and I love to travel and see places, so this combines all of that,” Schmitt said in a recent interview. “And it should be a pretty challenging endeavor. I like big projects, and this is kind of a big project.”
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