A representative for the Historic Richmond Foundation says that “City Council is putting together a 7-person task force to review the validity of the [Commission of Architectural Review]“, and that Historic Richmond has one of the 7 slots on the panel. Does anyone have anything else on this?
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The Historic Richmond Foundation is working with Jack Zehmer and photographer Richard Cheek to produce a sequel/update to Marguerite Crumley and Zehmer’s out-of-print 1991 survey Church Hill: the St. John’s Church Historic District. The new book is slated to be published in spring 2010, and will include information about the St.John’s, Shockoe Valley, Church Hill […]
The next Church Hill Association membership meeting will be held Tuesday, May 19, at 7PM at St.John’s. Topics on the agenda include a presentation of a revised design for the Echo Harbor proposal, Historic Richmond Foundation on the publishing of the new Church Hill book, procedures and designs for historic plaques, and more. CHA members, […]
The Historic Richmond Foundation and the Commonwealth Girl Scout Council have put together a series of scavenger hunts built around learning about and identifying historic architectural details in Church Hill, Monroe Ward, Capital Square, and along Monument Avenue.
809 Mosby Street is for sale. I recently got to go inside and take some photos.