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Monumental Church Undergoes Two Exciting Projects

Apr 28, 2014

By Emily Davis for Richmond Weddings Blog In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Monumental Church, Historic Richmond has recently embarked on two exciting projects. Historic Richmond hired Elaine Tucker Haviland, historic paint artisan, to restore the altar to its original 1814 paint scheme – a faux Prussian blue marble with off white marble trim.…

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Virginia Historic Garden Week April 26 through May 3

Apr 22, 2014

BY EDWIN SLIPEK Style Weekly “It’s called Historic Garden Week, but that’s selling it short. For eight days beginning April 26, the doors and garden gates of 250 private residences — some grandiose, all enticing — will be thrown open for inspection and ogling. The vicarious thrills are considerable. And while many of the properties…

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Practicing the art of transformation

Apr 10, 2014

BY BURL ROLETT Richmond BizSense Virginia Commonwealth University’s art department moves into the recently restored building at 814 W. Broad St., formerly home to Richmond Glass Shop. Commonwealth Architects designed the renovated spance and TRENT was the general contractor for the project. READ THE ARTICLE

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HOLMBERG: Monumental task for Monumental Church in Monument City

Apr 9, 2014

BY MARK HOLMBERG WTVR, April 9, 2014 READ THE ARTICLE  

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Historic Byrd Park & Maymont Tours

Apr 3, 2014

BY VIRGINIA THIS MORNING The Council of Historic Richmond will co-sponsor the Byrd Park and Maymont tour on April 30. For more information, dates and tickets CLICK HERE.  

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Revitalization project: 617 St. Peter Street

Mar 10, 2014

Historic Richmond is partnerting with Ark Construction & Development, on the revitalization project at 617 St. Peter Street in Jackson Ward. The rehabilitation of this c.1900 house, located just around the corner from the Meredith House, will have a positive impact for the streetscape and the Leigh Street Armory, the future home of the Black…

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Historic Richmond Newsletter 2014

Mar 1, 2014

Stay up to date with everything going on at Historic Richmond. Read our 2014 Spring Newsletter.

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Jackson Ward eyesore gets a second chance

Feb 7, 2014

BY BRANDY BRUBAKER Richmond BizSense, February 7, 2014 We are excited to see our work being shared with the community! We are lucky have such a great partner, Ark Construction & Development Corp., for the revitalization project at 617 St. Peter Street, c. 1900, in Jackson Ward. This will have a positive impact for the…

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