What’s going in the building at the intersection of Rutlandshire Drive and Route 301 next to the Atlee Library?

These buildings are called The Shoppes at Rutland Place and several tenants are expected. One, Morrison Dental, is already present while Jersey Mike’s Subs is under construction. 

Two Richmond-based restaurants, PBR (Pizza & Beer of Richmond) and Charred Wood Fired Oven and Craft Bar, have announced that they plan to be part of this project as well. Charred is described as a new restaurant concept from the owners of Social 52 in the Fan District. PBR is located on Cary Street downtown. Another anticipated future tenant of The Shoppes at Rutland Place is Sports Clips Haircuts.

According to a representative of Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer, marketing the property, construction on the restaurants could start soon if permits are received and they could be open in the spring.

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