Rebecca Redington

Williams: New vision taking shape for Black History Museum

Nov 5, 2014

By Michael Paul Williams Richmond Times Dispatch photo Alexa Welch Edlund Posted: Monday, November 3, 2014 Very exciting news for the Black History Museum & Cultural Center, Jackson Ward and Richmond. We are proud to be a part of the continued revitalization of the area with our work at 617 St. Peter Street and 133…

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Monumental Church turns 200

Oct 9, 2014

By KATHERINE CALOS Richmond Times-Dispatch Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2014 A fantastic article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch highlighting 200-year-old Monumental Church. READ THE ARTICLE.

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Walk On Architecture Review: Three modest, diverse and well-conceived projects add to the pedestrian experience in downtown Richmond.

Aug 19, 2014

BY EDWIN SLIPEK Style Weekly August 19, 2014 Great article in Style Weekly on the recently installed Dr. Waverly M. Cole and Dr. John R. Cook Memorial Terrace at Monumental Church! READ THE ARTICLE

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The Margrave of Marburg How friends and neighbors — and a developer — saved the oldest house in the Byrd Park community.

Jul 1, 2014

BY HARRY KOLLATZ JR. R Home July/August 2014 issue Great article on Marburg House in Richmond Magazine’s R Home! “The developers, Ben Partridge and Mark Slack of Castle Kanawha, at first considered demolishing the house to make way for six upscale houses. The neighborhood association and Historic Richmond had other ideas. An intercessor was HR’s…

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Where Am I RVA? Monumental Church Renovation

Jul 1, 2014

BY PHIL RIGGAN “With a recent upgrade to an outdoor patio space, the renovation of the church is nearly complete. Local design build firm, WestView Companies, designed and constructed the historic timeline, which was constructed of solid granite pieces, inlaid into the new memorial terrace on the west side of the church, and etched…

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A Monumental Love Story

Jun 24, 2014

BY HARRY KOLLATZ JR. Richmond magazine June 24, 2014 “This is a many-splendored love story. It’s about the commitment between two people and devotion to a beloved place that arose from tragedy.” READ THE ARTICLE

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How old Grand Rapids City Hall’s twin in Virginia survived the wrecking ball

May 29, 2014

BY GARRET ELLISON MLive/The Grand Rapids Press, May 29, 2014  Historic Richmond was featured in The Grand Rapids Press for our success in saving Old City Hall from demolition. READ THE ARTICLE

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Saving history does not come cheap

May 28, 2014

BY BRANDY BRUBAKER Richmond BizSense, May 28, 2014 “The Historic Richmond is spearheading efforts to enhance and restore the 200-year-old Monumental Church at 1224 E. Broad St.” READ THE ARTICLE

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