RICHMOND, Va. - Richmond Harley-Davidson is moving into a new, 52,000 sq. ft. facility at the Northlake Park business park, investing more than $6.5 million in the new building.
The new location has I-95 frontage and an extra 20,000 sq. ft. of space. The new store will have a stage for events, space for a motorcycle safety school and a lounge for HOG members.
The expansion is expected to create 10 new jobs, increasing the store’s total staff to 60 employees.
Richmond Harley-Davidson is under the same ownership as Steel Horse Harley-Davidson in Chesterfield County.
“It’s been quite a ride, no pun intended, for the economy to turn,” dealer principal George Wills said in a press realease. “The timing is right now. Recent announcements at Northlake Park along with our sales growth confirm our decision to construct the new dealership.”