Two distinctly different tenants of the newly completed Westhampton on Grove building joined forces last week to celebrate their grand openings together with the help of Richmond Mayor, Levar Stoney.

Helmed by Dr. Steven Montante, Montante Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics offers state-of-the-art cosmetic and reconstructive procedures – from face, body, and breast surgeries to injectables, advanced laser, and Medspa treatments.

Washed in sunlight and accented with Ghost Chairs, the clean interior of Montante exudes contemporary cool. Behind the sleek front desk a living wall packed with a patchwork of plants in varying shades of greens welcomes clients as they check in. Beyond the door, black and white photographs featuring glamorous stars of yesteryear adorn the sleek exam rooms.

At the end of Montante’s interior hall, a “mancave” sits in juxtaposition to the rest of the office. A pair of overstuffed brown leather chairs and a sofa invite reluctant guests to get comfortable while a rear door into the space allows for the utmost discretion. A simple red phone connects directly to the front desk for easy check-in and assistance.

On the other side of Westhampton on Grove’s second floor, Virginia Commonwealth Bank’s VCB Financial Group has opened a new office for its trust and wealth management team which includes Eric Nost, Bruce McCook, Russell Carter, and Matt Seaton.

VCB Financial Group is dedicated to providing a superior level of professional asset management, financial planning, trust, and estate administration.

The new office is classic Virginia in style. Warm woods and traditional fabrics are punctuated with classic prints to curate a familiar feel within the space. A side room offers clients both comfort and privacy, as well as plenty of room for additional family members while meeting with managers.

Both Montante and VCB Financial Group are located on the second floor of Westhampton on Grove. Access is available directly behind the building, via a private parking lot accessible via Granite Avenue.