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BOHO coming to new Forest Hill development anchored by The Veil Brewing Co.

BOHO will take space in the new building that will house The Veil Brewing Co., BizSense reports.

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A local fitness studio brand is closing its Church Hill location and heading to the Southside.

Boho Studios has signed on to open a location at 4910-30 Forest Hill Ave. and is closing its Church Hill studio at 2401 E. Marshall St. in Patrick Henry Square at the end of August.

Owner AnnMarie Grohs said closing the Church Hill location is bittersweet.

“Church Hill’s been a really awesome community for the last two years and it does make me sad to leave. Sometimes you have to make business decisions to move the company forward,” she said.

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New orchid store set to bloom in West End this September

“Our West End clients have been asking us to open a store near them for years and plants are experiencing a surge in popularity right now because so many people are working from home,” the company said in a news release.

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A local orchid grower is putting down roots in the West End due to customer demand.

Chadwick & Son Orchids Inc has announced it is opening a new orchid store in the West End in the Gaskins Place Shopping Center. The new space should be ready by September 1st.

The company, based in Powhatan, says the new location fills the need for Chadwick’s many West End clients and helps to meet the increased demand for plants in general. Chadwick’s existing store in the Museum District was recently renovated and will remain.

“Our West End clients have been asking us to open a store near them for years and plants are experiencing a surge in popularity right now because so many people are working from home,” the company said in a news release.

Chadwick & Son has 11 greenhouses in Powhatan and specializes in a service called ‘orchid boarding’ in which clients pay to have their plants taken care of. There are currently over 13,000 plants in production.

“Orchids, in various forms, have been in vogue for over a century – first as corsages, then as collector’s items, now as everyday houseplants,” a company representative concluded.

Chadwick & Son Orchids was founded in 1989 by Art Chadwick and his son, Arthur.

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Home Team Grill’s Glen Allen outpost rebranded as Twin Hickory Tavern

After 14 years in business in Glen Allen, local restaurant Home Team Grill has traded the sports moniker for one that shares the name of its community.

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After 14 years in business in Glen Allen, local restaurant Home Team Grill has traded the sports moniker for one that shares the name of its community. After some interior renovations and a revamp of the menu, owner Garland Taylor reopened the neighborhood restaurant as Twin Hickory Tavern.

The new restaurant has been totally renovated and features an expanded bar lineup with 20 beers on tap and a more upscale menu featuring appetizers like seared tuna, buffalo cauliflower, and chicken satay; sliders, a selection of tacos, and soups and salads; dinner entrees include burgers, premium sandwiches, and a shrimp bowl. See the full menu here.

Twin Hickory Tavern is located at 11351 Nuckols Road in the Twin Hickory Town Center and is open Monday – Friday from 11:30 AM until 2:30 PM and 5:00 – 10:00 PM; Saturday and Sunday 5:00 – 10:00 PM.

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New six-story “cohousing” development planned for Arthur Ashe Boulevard

The six-story building would be built near Growlers to Go and Starbucks in Scott’s Addition.

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The cohousing trend is popping up again in Richmond, this time on North Arthur Ashe Boulevard.

D.C.-based Outlier Realty Capital is planning a six-story cohousing project at 1101 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd. The site is adjacent to the Starbucks and Growlers To Go building, and formerly was home to McCauley’s Paint & Body shop.

Outlier is seeking a special-use permit for the project. The city’s Planning Commission is set to hear the matter at its July 20 meeting.Plans call for a 64,400-square-foot structure with 29 apartments totaling 148 bedrooms with shared kitchen and living areas. It would include 1,500 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor along with 30 parking spaces.

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