Former Arby’s to Become a Starbucks
Where once the Horsey Sauce roamed free the mighty Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino® Blended Beverage will soon reign supreme.
The information came to us from Cushman & Wakefield Ι Thalhimer about the old Arby’s across from the Science Museum.
Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer is pleased to announce the sale of 2305-2309 West Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia. Lee Hall Plaza, Inc. purchased the 3,256 square feet sitting on 0.55 acres of land from J.W. Willis for $1,900,000 as an investment. The property has subsequently been leased to Starbucks Corporation.
Jeffrey A. Cooke, SIOR and Connie Jordan Nielsen of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer handled the sale negotiations on behalf of the seller. Connie Jordan Nielsen represented the landlord and Nicki Jassy and Pete Waldbauer represented Starbucks Corporation in the lease transaction.
Police Investigating Death of VCU Freshman
The Richmond Police Department is leading the investigation of this incident and VCU Police Department is assisting.
Saturday morning around 9:15 Richmond Police were called to the 100 block of West Clay Street for the report of a person down. Officers arrived and found Oakes down and unresponsive. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The victim was identified as Adam Oakes age 19.
RTD is reporting that Oakes was the victim of hazing by the Delta Chi fraternity.
Oakes visited a house in the 100 block of West Clay Street on Friday night, where he was given a handle of Jack Daniels whiskey and told to drink, White said.
As part of the fraternity’s rush ceremonies, he was blindfolded, causing him to run into a tree and hit his head, said White, who has spoken with the police and people who attended the event. Onlookers helped him into the house, where he lay down on a couch on his side and was left to fall asleep, she said. In the morning, he was found lying face down, and police were called.
Officials from VCU, the Richmond Police Department and Delta Chi’s national organization said they were unable on Sunday evening to confirm or deny the details of White’s account.
VCU has suspended the Delta Chi fraternity and Delta Chi headquarters issued the following statement to 8News:
We were devastated to learn of the passing of a student at Virginia Commonwealth University and extend our condolences to the family, friends and everyone touched by this heart-breaking news. The health and safety of our chapter communities is always a top priority for The Delta Chi Fraternity, which suspended the VCU chapter after learning of the incident late Saturday afternoon. We encourage all members to cooperate with law enforcement investigative efforts and all directives of the University Administration.
VCU issued this Twitter statement on Sunday.
VCU mourns the death of student Adam Oakes.
This is a tragic loss for Adam's family and members of our community and we encourage any students in need of support to contact University Counseling Services at (804) 828-6200. pic.twitter.com/WiroQSQDpy
— VCU (@VCU) February 28, 2021
Food Truck Rally Pulls Into the Diamond
Come by every week for a new RVA Food Truck Lineup!
- Shakedown Eats
- The Pitts Killer Food Truck