This is the first sign that the Scott’s Addition boom is official over and now it’s all about H&H.
Update #1 — June 27, 2016; 10:07 AM
Richmond BizSense.com has an update on this new business set to open in July.
“We do pretty much anything related to artwork,” Fralin said, adding that a lot of business comes from conservation framing. “We end up doing a lot of work for museums and galleries.”
Fralin, 58, has been subleasing in Carytown from the now-closed DéCor. His last day in the shopping district will be June 30.
As you can see from the original post things have already changed dramatically. WPA Southside has opened to much acclaim and “new place without a name” will be called Laura Lee’s. Laura Lee’s is hopefully going to open in late July or August. The Foodmuda Triangle (thank you Jay McGee) is diversifying.
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Original — April 25, 2016
Fralin Art and Frame is currently located in Carytown at 19 S Belmont Ave but the lure of Hills and Heights is too much and they’re making the jump across the river. The new spot is sandwiched between New place without a name restaurant and progress being seen but not open yet WPA Southside.
We are moving to Semmes and Forest Hill this May. Our new address will be 3412 Semmes Ave. We will still be operating out of our Carytown location through the end of April while we get our new space set up.. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you, but we think you will love our new store!
New Store Hours are T-F 10-6 and Sa 10-4.
Stay tuned for information on our Grand Opening.
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