The Mews at Cary Mill, located on West Cary between Carytown and VCU, was an award winning project for Sensei Development and Monument Construction. This condo project consists of 13 units. Seven of the units are an historic rehabilitation of a lumber mill from 1900. The remaining six contemporary units, which are pictured above, are new construction. This project was awarded GRACRE’s “2009 Best Multi-Family Project”, and ACORNS award for “2009 Infill Project of the Year”.
Sharing a courtyard with the famous “Mr. Peanut”, the Lofts at One Eleven are a recent historic rehab project in Downtown Suffolk. Formerly the Damiani Building, The Lofts is now 27 apartments.
They each have unique floor plans in order to maintain the historic architecture and character of the building. There is approximately 1600 square feet of commercial space on the ground level, a majority of which is home to Suffolk’s newest wine and cheese shop –C3 Vino.
Butterworth Lofts, located in downtown Hopewell, was once upon a time The Larkin Hotel and more recently Butterworth Furniture. It is now a shining example of historic renovation. Each apartment boasts some unique design feature reminding you of the bulding’s storied past. Butterworth Lofts hopes to be a catalyst in Downtown Hopewell’s revitalization.
Just steps away from Richmond’s famous “triple crossing”; the Tracks at Shockoe Crossing combines the best of both Shockoe Slip and Shockoe Bottom. The building, once a blighted warehouse connecting the two neighborhoods is now bustling with energy. It contains 43 units, including studios, one and two bedroom apartments.
Located in the heart of Shockoe Slip, Cobblestone Commons was once home to the Davenport Company and Jordan’s Old Virginia Smokehouse. The building was partially burned down in the Evacuation Fire of 1865 and rebuilt. The renovation preserved some very unique elements that are incorporated in the apartments including exposed brick and steel fire doors.
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This beautiful stretch of land, The Arsenal at Point of Fork, located at 8222 Bremo Road, Fork Union VA gained significance during the Revolutionary War as one of Virginia’s principal military installations. The site included a training ground, barracks, supply depot, and a very important arsenal. The arsenal was captured by the British troops at The Battle of Point of Fork on June 5, 1781. The arsenal became active again by late 1781, employing 132 men and continued to flourish for the next 10 Read More→
The Richmond Cedar Works building in historic Danville, Virgina is over 100,000 square feet of warehouse space in Danville’s up and coming Tobacco Warehouse District. The building’s proximity to the Dan River and Averett University’s new School of Nursing make for an excellent location for upscale apartments and retail/commercial space.
Located on Craghead Street in Danville’s historic Tobacco Warehouse District, The Norton Holly Building exhudes charm and character. It is located just blocks from The Dan River, Averett University’s new School of Nursing and several dining and entertainment venues.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the James River and gorgeous city sunsets from your private balcony or the 3200 square foot on site terrace, lavishly landscaped with pergolas, fire pits and grills. Terrace 202 features state of the art amenities and contemporary architecture coupled with the history and charm of Shockoe Bottom . This premier address puts you within walking distance of VCU Medical Center, The Farmer’s Market, Richmond’s Central Business District, The Canal Walk , celebrated dining and entertainment venues, as well as convenient access to interstates 195, 95 and 64.