Jul 26

1302 Floyd Avenue

Year Built: c. 1895 Architectural Style:  Queen Anne with a Georgian Revival porch District: The Fan Historic Richmond has been monitoring continued deterioration of 1302 Floyd Avenue. The building had been vacant and boarded up for a number of years. It was acquired by the city in May 2014. While not listed as part of Continue Reading...

Jan 6

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart

Built in 1903-1906 in Renaissance Revival Style. This church was built to accommodate the Catholic population that had outgrown St. Peter’s Church on Grace Street. Financier Thomas F. Ryan donated the money for the building, which is made of Virginia granite and Indiana limestone. The interior is highly decorated in the Renaissance Revival style.   Continue Reading...

Jun 25
1913 and 1915 Grove Ave

1913 and 1915 Grove Avenue

Year Built: 1914 Architectural Style: Colonial Revival Neighborhood: The Fan Historic Richmond is currently monitoring the two row houses owned by and adjacent to the Tabernacle Baptist Church. Both are contributing structures to the Fan Area National Historic District and contribute to the character, integrity, streetscape, and neighborhood environment of the Fan. The Tabernacle Baptist Continue Reading...