Don’t Look Back’s former Carytown home to be demolished to make way for new development

Don’t Look Back’s former Carytown home to be demolished to make way for new development

After the taco joint’s home was condemned following a fire and left vacant, the property was purchased at foreclosure by developers who want to bring new life to the block.

Rendering: Charlie Appich

From Richmond BizSense:

It’s out with the old and in with the new for a condemned building along one of the city’s prime commercial corridors.

Demolition begins early next year on the fire-damaged structure at 2929 W. Cary St. in Carytown, most recently the home of restaurants Don’t Look Back and Buon Giorno Pizzeria.

Lewis Little, a local real estate broker and developer, is developing the site after purchasing the building following its foreclosure. He purchased the property in August for $725,000, according to city property records.

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