Preservation

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Main Photo: Old City Hall. Taken from Historic Richmond Foundation’s book Old Richmond Today. (photo by Richard C. Cheek)

Preservation Overview

Preservation; it's the answer. It’s something that we are passionate about here at Historic Richmond. Preservation means preventing historic structures from falling victim to demolition; raising awareness about local architectural history; supporting the character and continuity of Richmond’s State and Local Old & Historic Districts.

Preservation is what helps Richmond keep its voice. It is a multidisciplinary process that drives tourism, improves quality of life and creates meaning. Through the use of a revolving fund, HRF purchases buildings with architectural or historic significance.

Historic Richmond Foundation currently owns several historic structures and properties, including:

  • Allen Double House, 4 – 6 E. Main Street
  • Monumental Church, 1224 E. Broad Street
  • St. John’s Mews, 2301 – 2303 E. Broad Street
  • 2313 E. Broad Street
  • 3020 E. Franklin Street
  • 207 N. 3rd Street
  • 2 N. 31st Street
  • 2400 M Street