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River City Diner’s future remains murky amid redevelopment plans

The River City Diner building at 803 E. Parham Road would be razed for the redevelopment of a Dash In-branded convenience store, fueling station and car wash. (J. Elias O’Neal)

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — The owner of a Maryland-based convenience store chain is looking to redevelop and expand one of its Richmond-area locations in a project that would displace a neighboring restaurant.

Preliminary plans submitted last month with Henrico County show that Dash In Food Stores intends to redevelop a 2.2-acre site at 803 and 805 E. Parham Road with a new convenience store, fueling station and car wash.

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