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Meet the folks behind And Dim Sum

Richmond BizSense has a nice profile of the folks behind the planned And Dim Sum restaurant slated for Union Hill:

Matt Jarreau, a local real estate agent, plans to build a three-story, 6,600-square-foot building at 718 N. 23rd St. Its top two floors will have four apartments, and a deal is in the works to lease the 2,100-square-foot ground floor commercial space to And Dim Sum.

The restaurant is being launched by Liz Kincaid and Sean Rapoza and will serve Chinese food and dim sum, and it will also have a full bar and will do catering, takeout and delivery.

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Construction is planned to begin in April 2015 and completed in October.

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RVASource
RVASource
5 years ago

RT @chpn: Meet the folks behind And Dim Sum http://t.co/AxJRZcYDdl #rvadine

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Leslie
Leslie
5 years ago

Would love that!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leslie Basinger
Leslie Basinger
5 years ago

wonderful. can’t wait

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CJ Walker
CJ Walker
5 years ago

Congratulations! I had the pleasure of meeting you earlier this year. My husband and I are ready for your grand opening!

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Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
5 years ago

I hope the triangle shape is taken advantage of for the design but what will it look like? Where are the drawings submitted to the C.A.R. for approval?

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ann
5 years ago

#4 – CAR reviewed conceptual review at October 28, 2014 meeting. I’m sure a call to them can net you those drawings. Don’t know when an actual application’s scheduled for review.

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
5 years ago

ann.. that has always been a problem. C.A.R. is supposed to have those plans available and a notice sent out that they are open for review by the locals “before” construction. Seems like more so than not we learn about these projects “after” they have been approved by C.A.R. John use to be on top of these plans years ago posting them here on CHPN the minute they were offered but not sure if they are not notifying him any longer or what?

Emily Klinedinst
Emily Klinedinst
5 years ago

Woot!

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Lee
Lee
5 years ago

@Eric

The drawing, as shown, gives a pretty good idea of shape/form – just not material/color/texture.

Try: https://richmondva.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=347302&GUID=1CEF59ED-B982-4A97-8F70-D4A5E32B9122&Options=info%7C&Search

Should be the very last one on the list. Includes blueprints, drawings, etc.

Sean Stilwell
Sean Stilwell
5 years ago

Looks great! The CAR review was back in October. It was announced here as well.

ann
ann
5 years ago

#8 – thanks John. Anything on CAR’s agenda is easily and readily available online.

ann
ann
5 years ago

Plus, once a CAR meeting is announced you can access agenda and entire applications on the city’s ‘legistar’ calendar site, as here, for CAR and other committees: https://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspxhttps://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
5 years ago

Folks we made some changes to our plans and concepts after hearing CAR’s comments and meeting with the Union Hill Civic Association. The BizSense Article has the updated rendering from the corner “the point of the lot”. We should be on January’s CAR docket for approval. See link below.

http://www.richmondbizsense.com/2014/12/22/dim-sum-spot-pairs-with-church-hill-development/

@ Eric, yes this building will have the foot print of the lot and will flare out away from the point. It should look/feel very cool once completed.

David Conmy
David Conmy
5 years ago

Way to go Matt!

RP
RP
5 years ago

Not so fast there’s significant opposition to this project. A petition was submitted toCAR with all but one of the surrounding neighbors in opposition.Now that is a bar also I feel like that will change. We objected primarily to the top two floors that will bury the small historic working class homes across the street from it. In addition there’s parking issues. The pettion was basically ignored No sense in going back.I rode the elevator down with Matt Jarreau who stated he appreciated our input and would send revised plans within a couple of weeks.Matt lied.Now having read this my… Read more »

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crd
crd
5 years ago

@15 RP: I don’t live near this so I don’t have a dog in this show, but am curious. You and others nearby are against a restaurant with a bar at this location? Do I have that right? (Virginia ABC rules say that any place serving alcohol has to serve a certain amount of food, so in my mind there are no places that are just bars, they have to also have a restaurant function). I get the parking issues, a lot of us have parking issues up here, and can see that it’s three stories if the near houses… Read more »

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Aud
Aud
5 years ago

Thanks, @crd. I’m also interested in the answers to your questions.

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L
5 years ago

@RP / #15 What did you expect the space to become? A shoe store? Or did you want another beer/lotto/cigarettes type place? My point being: without the restaurants and/or restaurant traffic, there won’t ever be enough demand for actual retail. Any storefront in the neighborhood is, more likely than not, going to become a restaurant or coffee shop. Restaurants rely heavily on alcohol to stay afloat. Also, as stated in the previous post, there are no “Bars” in Virginia – only “bar and grill” or “bar and restaurant” type establishments. So what, exactly, is the problem? @MATT / #13 –… Read more »

Bill 3
Bill 3
5 years ago

“Not so fast!” – the mantra of so many on the hill. Seems like a great concept. I look forward to trying them out. Happy Holidays, all.

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