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Cristina Cruz
Cristina Cruz
2020 years ago

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Kelly Covert
Kelly Covert
2020 years ago

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Paul Granger
Paul Granger
3 years ago

I was wondering what happened to this. That block would feel so different.

Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
3 years ago

This is a old rendering of the project. Our current design is much improved!!

Steven Summerville
Steven Summerville
2020 years ago

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Kerry Davis Mossler
Kerry Davis Mossler
2020 years ago

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Julie Oliver
Julie Oliver
2020 years ago

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Brian Hall
Brian Hall
2020 years ago

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Erik Ruiz
Erik Ruiz
2020 years ago

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Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
3 years ago

No problem thank you!

We are also looking for an interesting concept to go here so if anyone knows of a good restaurant please keep this space in mind! We have 1,760SF of interior space and will hopefully have 720 SF of patio space. The building will be done August-October 2017! Stay tuned or call/email anytime.

Roy S Drake Jr
Roy S Drake Jr
2020 years ago

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L
L
3 years ago

@ Matt: We NEED Chinese food. Like, desperately. It’s life or death man. (Or maybe Indian, lol).

Stephen J. Popovich
Stephen J. Popovich
3 years ago

Brunswick stew.

Paul Granger
Paul Granger
3 years ago

They better serve it there.

Rainie Bishop
Rainie Bishop
2020 years ago

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Sean Pyle
Sean Pyle
2020 years ago

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Alison Campbell
Alison Campbell
3 years ago

Im sorry but this stinks!

Union
Union
3 years ago

Looks great, this would be a great addition to the neighborhood

BAF
BAF
3 years ago

Start work as soon as you can. The block needs it.

Emily Klinedinst
Emily Klinedinst
3 years ago

This is right by the bus stop across from that big church, right?

Sara Dempsey
Sara Dempsey
2020 years ago

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Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
3 years ago

@L
I’m working on a Thai Place as well as a sushi too concept too. No takers just yet but courting 3-4 concepts.

Sean Stilwell
Sean Stilwell
3 years ago

I love it. This is on par with infill you’d see in DC. Brick with black windows is a more expensive way to build, but the result is so nice for so long! It’s true commitment to church hill.

Liz
Liz
3 years ago

Allison Campbell, can you expand on your comment?

K
K
3 years ago

Brewpub! I’d love to see Ardent come back to the neighborhood! .

K
K
3 years ago

Also.. I love that people are walking in the street in this rendering. Makes me truly visualize where this is going

Marc Kaplan
Marc Kaplan
2020 years ago

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L
L
3 years ago

@ Liz, Allison Campbell, CHPN – do you think she means the design stinks? Or doesn’t want a restaurant there? Or what?

L
L
3 years ago

Also, anyone have a link to the updated design? This has been through a few rounds of revision, right?

Lindsey Bates
Lindsey Bates
2020 years ago

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Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
3 years ago

Ardent back in Church Hill!! What an idea! I’ll add them to the list! Nice one!!!

Yes this is right across the street from Cedar St Baptist.

@Stephen I’m sorry we don’t do Brunswick Stew parties here anymore! But the lot beside this site will be open for next fall so lets book it now!

@BAF take a picture now cause its going to be fenced up and scraped by January 15th….its been idle too long!!

Scott Tilghman
Scott Tilghman
2020 years ago

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Mark Kronenthal
Mark Kronenthal
2020 years ago

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DontMinceWords
DontMinceWords
3 years ago

Eat in/carry out meat/deli, charcutterie, salad joint. Sans preservatives/toxins. Free range-ish. With a schmear of jewish deli tossed in. Ok, I’ll say it. Brooklyn. order up.

Greg Montalto
Greg Montalto
2020 years ago

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Chase Guerrant
Chase Guerrant
2020 years ago

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Jasmine Barber
Jasmine Barber
2020 years ago

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Ashley Tucker
Ashley Tucker
2020 years ago

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JC
JC
3 years ago

I need Pho in Church Hill, PLEASE!
….but, I would not be upset if Ardent came back.

Betty Betsy Migliaccio
Betty Betsy Migliaccio
3 years ago

Yes

T.J. Brennan
T.J. Brennan
2020 years ago

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BAF
BAF
3 years ago

It needs more than just a schmear, Don’tMinceWords. I want Matzo Ball Soup, good corned beef and pastrami. Quality Jewish rye. The whole she-bang,

Or a good diner. Church Hill needs a good diner.

Mary
Mary
3 years ago

Hey, Matt Jarreau…most of us who live in Union Hill are proud of our very distinct neighborhood! How about letting people who are interested in this project know that it’s not in Church Hill.

Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
3 years ago

@Mary Union Hill heard!!

Bongsun Christine Kim
Bongsun Christine Kim
2020 years ago

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Shalanté
Shalanté
3 years ago

What’s with the adamancy of having a distinction between Union Hill and Church Hill?

K
K
3 years ago

@26 It’s beyond me. I’ve been in Union Hill for 3 years and still consider it a part of church hill.

crd
crd
3 years ago

@26 and 27, I was wondering the same thing.

A.
A.
3 years ago

I grew up in Richmond and we always called that area Church Hill. Gentrification comes and all of a sudden people want to be distinct. What about courting a black restaurant owner like Croaker Spot.

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