The Center for Neighborhood Revitalization (formerly the Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods) is sponsoring a FREE Renovation Lending Workshop on March 5 9AM-11:30AM at the Parish Hall at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
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The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods joins Better Housing Coalition: As of January 31, 2011 The Alliance will be moving to become part of the Better Housing Coalition (BHC) family as its Center for Neighborhood Revitalization. The Center will expand BHC services for the Richmond community and continue to provide educational programs and urban [...]
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods today announced 2902 East Leigh Street (PREVIOUSLY) as their newest option property: “This property is in imminent danger of demolition. The Alliance seeks a buyer asap!”
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods is Accepting Nominations for the 2010 Golden Hammer Awards in the categories of Best Residential Renovation, Best Commercial Renovation (Neighborhood impact / Regional impact), Best New Urban Infill, and Best Neighborhood Design Project. The 2010 Golden Hammer Awards will be held on November 11, 2010 at the new [...]
Some good news from the Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods: Working with the owners of 3012-3014 P Street (above) and the owners of 2621-2623 Q Street (below) to save these four houses from demolition, we are half-way there for these two double houses. Although suffering from deterioration, these properties, along with their neighbors, are [...]
Threatened with demolition 5 years ago, 2311 M Street has been renovated and is for sale: Newly renovated, the 1910 home has two bedrooms, two and a-half bathrooms and new HVAC and utilities. The residence is 1,560 square feet and historic attributes such as floors, mantels, and railings have been restored.
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods is seeking Golden Hammer nominations: The annual awards ceremony celebrating excellence in historic rehabilitation and neighborhood revitalization is swiftly approaching. It is time to submit your nominations for the best in home renovation, commercial renovation, new infill, and/or neighborhood enhancement projects city-wide.
A new house renovation blog has recently launched covering 865 North 22nd Street: Although the exterior of the house shows some deterioration, the interior appears to be stable. Many of the historic features, like the fireplace and wood trim, are still intact and in good shape. We will have some more photos of the progress [...]
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods is sponsoring a free home renovation financing workshop on Saturday, July 10, from 9-11:30AM at St.John’s Church. Topics will include: Renovation Lending, Tax Benefits, Market Equity, Qualifying for a Mortgage, and Energy Efficiency. The basics of loan programs, credit, cash required, cash sources, and more will be covered. [...]
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods presents the 6th Annual Susan Carter Williams Memorial Seminar, Historic Fulton: Past, Present & Future on May 15, 2010 from 11AM-2PM at the Richmond Public Library Main Branch (101 East Franklin Street).
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods is offering the two-story brick house at 421-423 North 33d Street (built circa 1910), in the Oakwood-Chimborazo Historic District, for sale to a buyer willing to renovate.
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods will host another Renovator’s Open House event at the newly renovated, no longer leaning, 2200 East Marshall Street on Wednesday, March 31st from 5:30-7PM. RBVa President David Cooley will be on hand to answer questions about the restoration of this 19th-century Queen Anne style house. PLEASE RSVP. Send [...]
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods has 3 houses and a vacant lot in the area listed for sale as Optioned Properties.