About Downtown Richmond
Current Prices: $924,950 to $2,290,000
Closed Prices: $125,000 to $910,000
Median Sale Price: $280,000
Average $ per sq ft: $318
Association Fee Ranges: $150/quarter, $185 to $198, $0, $0 to $892.22/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1839 to 2020
Sq. Ft.: 438 to 10265 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres
Getting Around Downtown Richmond
Around Downtown Richmond
Richmond has grown into one of the most populated neighborhoods in the entire state. East Broad cuts nearly right through the middle of the neighborhood, although a sliver of the neighborhood dues curve around the James River. New condos have gone up around Dock Street along the eastside. These homes provide a near-downtown feel, yet still have some greenery both in front and behind the buildings. Additionally, condos in high-rises typically enjoy nice views of the river.
Naturally, there are the national chain restaurants that are available anywhere. However, there are some more unique dining opportunities anyone living Downtown should consider. While there are some local breweries, Downtown offers more than just beer, which makes it a fantastic spot for any taste. There are also Jewish restaurants, seafood spots, Southern cuisine, and French bistros. Many Richmond staples call Downtown home, including the Cajun-inspired food of Mama J's and the white tablecloths of Lemaire.
An active urban center with towering buildings, professionals bustling to and from the office, and some of the city's most enticing attractions. The majority of people who call Downtown Richmond home are those who work in the neighborhood, although there is no shortage of locals and tourists visiting the sites available in the neighborhood. The main attractions here include the Richmond Coliseum, The National theater, and Virginia State Capitol.
Triple Crossing Brewing is a fantastic destination for Friday night fun. Whether the entire night takes place here or it just starts here, it is an excellent weekend joint. Off of Main Street is Capital Ale Downtown. While "Ale" is in the title, it is more than just a place to grab a beer. Cocktails and wine is also available. This is a nice spot to head out to after a production at The National or Dominion Arts Center. Downtown also has several galleries scattered throughout the neighborhood.
There's always something fun to do in Downtown. Start off with a brunch on Broad Street before taking a stroll around the Virginia State Capitol or Dock Street (or really anywhere by the water). There are also multiple museums in the area, including the Children's Museum of Richmond, The American Civil War Museum, and The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. Wrap up the weekend with a shopping trip along Broad Street.
- Plenty to do
- Easy access to amenities
- Dining options
Locals Don't Love
- Parking is scarce
- Can be noisy
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