The future home of the Black History Museum.
It is also know as the First Battalion Virginia Volunteers Armory. Here’s an excerpt from a long article I found on the African American History Sites Database
The First Battalion Virginia Volunteers Armory is the oldest Armory structure in existence in Virginia, one of six original armories in the city and one of only two that survive in Richmond. It is believed to be one of the oldest African-American armories in the United States. The First Battalion Virginia Volunteers Armory was built in 1895 after 10 years of lobbying led by John Mitchell Jr., editor of the Richmond Planet Newspaper, and the commander of the Richmond African American militia, Major Joseph B. Johnson.