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Former slumlord properties available at auction

A list of 28 tax delinquent properties in Richmond will be up for auction on Thursday, October 24. Among the properties for sale is the house at 2119 Selden Street (above), according to local historian Cameron Holmes a part of the last row of original houses in Woodville.

The bulk of the houses were formerly owned by 2 of the area’s notorious vacant property collectors, companies managed by Stacy Martin and Oliver Lawrence’s Bayou Properties. Two others are from Temple of Judah’s collection.

The 16 properties in the East End are:

  • 602 1/2 N 21st St
  • 1321 N 22nd St (BAYOU PROPERTIES LLC)

  • 1608 N 22nd St (BAYOU PROPERTIES LLC)
  • 1216 N 24th St (PREMIER INVESTMENT PROPERTIES LLC C/O STACY MARTIN)
  • 1312 N 24th St (Premier Investment Properties Llc C/o Stacy Martin)
  • 914 N 25th St
  • 1108 N 27th St (BAYOU PROPERTIES LLC)
  • 1120 N 28th St
  • 1129 N 32nd St (Premier Investment Properties Llc C/o Stacy Martin)
  • 1318 N 32nd St (BAYOU PROPERTIES LLC)
  • 1301 N 38th St
  • 1905 Creighton Rd (Premier Investment Properties Llc C/o Stacy Martin)
  • 2119 Selden St (Premier Investment Properties Llc C/o Stacy Martin)
  • 2406 Venable St (Premier Investment Properties Llc C/o Stacy Martin)
  • 2112 Venable St (True Apostolic Church Of Our Lord Jesus Tr)
  • 2118 Venable St (True Apostolic Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ Tr)

1 comment

Nearby Neighbor 09/26/2013 at 8:55 AM

This Temple of Judah thing is underreported in the mainstream. Classic case of how some institutional inner city churches have amplified blight and displacement through their accumulation of slum properties, quick trigger on demolition, and refusal to sell, even to urban do-gooders like BHC and similar agencies.

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