Belle Bossieux Building

Year Built: 1878

Architectural Style: Italianate

District: Tobacco Row

Built by Edmund Bossieux and named for his wife, Belle. Shops and restaurants are located below the cast-iron gallery with living space above. This building’s restoration was partially financed by Historic Richmond to serve as a catalyst for revitalization in Shockoe Valley.

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