I've walked passed this attractive doorway perhaps thousands of times. I always imagined that just behind this door was a peaceful little get away, a secret garden kind of place. Maybe that's why I've never bothered to get past the front door. I sort of like preserving it the way I see it in my minds eye. In case you are wondering where this is you'll find the answer after the jump.
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This is the ultimate 2 Bedroom apartment in Richmond! Prepare to fall in love with your new home. This apartment has everything. Huge windows! Light! views.
In a wide ranging editorial in the Times Dispatch, former Community Development Director Rachel Flynn bids farewell to Richmond. Most specific to Greater Jackson Ward are her recommendations for Gilpin Court.
In my view, Gilpin Court should be the next public housing project to be transformed with HUD funds – and it should (1) be completed in a timely manner, (2) aim for one-to-one unit replacement (3) ensure strong community engagement and (4) include community services such as day care, elder care, after-school services, etc
See updated post Gilpin Court should be next
SQFT:986 BUILT:1900 PRICE:$125,000
This is a shell property with loads of old charm and details. Needs total rehab and should qualify for Federal & State tax credits. Plenty of square footage with English basment below. Bring your imagination!
via Hands on Greater Richmond: Dates: April 25, 2011 – April 30, 2011 Help us celebrate Affordable Housing Awareness Week, April 25-30, 2010, by volunteering at a non-profit housing organization! Join 15 local non-profit housing organizations to help build and repair homes for your Richmond area neighbors in need. This is an issue that demands our [...]
WHO: 250 Leaders from area congregations WHAT: 2011 RISC Rally - Preparing to Take Action on Affordable Housing WHEN: This coming Monday, March 21, at 7 p.m. WHERE: Sixth Mt. Zion Baptist Church (14 W. Duval St.) Media Contacts: Rev. Tyrone Nelson & Dr. Charles Summers (804) 497-4777 email@example.com See earlier story for details.
This year, about 200 members of the RISC's congregations voted to make "housing and homelessness" the focus of this year's work. More than 35% of Richmonders pay more than 35% of their income for their rent; according to HUD, housing is considered "unaffordable" if it costs more than 30% of a household's income.
Carver, The Fan and many other neighborhoods have born the brunt of VCU's growth for many years. The latest project by the Gilbane Development Co. on West Marshall Street represents the largest development yet on a street that has come to represent the dividing line between neighborhood and university.
Work has started on the late-19th-century homes to make way for 15 apartment units. The developer also plans to restore the three storefronts