Located on the South Bank fall-line of the James with sweeping panoramic views of the river and an unparalleled skyline vantage, 7west is the premier location for riverfront living in Richmond
7west offers a uniquely modern living experience in a highly desirable riverfront location with breathtaking city views. Residents can leave their cars in their attached 2-car garage and walk to restaurants, cafes and shops in the historic commercial district which is in mid-renaissance. Dedicated biking lanes on the Manchester Bridge offer a direct connection to the central business district; while quick access to the James River Park System, Floodwall Walk and Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge are coveted amenities for urban buyers. The architecture and design are refreshingly clean with an emphasis on wide open interior spaces, expansive exterior glass, intuitive floorplans and chic finishes.
- 3,150 +/- sq ft finished living space
- 3+ Bedrooms
- 3+ Full Baths
- 1 Powder Room
- Two-Story Living Space with Storefront Glass Skyline Views
- Full Width Opening Glass Doors to 3rd Story Outdoor Living Space
- Private Rooftop Patio
- Optional Elevator
- 2 Car Garage
- 4th-Quarter 2016 Targeted Completion for Phase I
- From $700s
Incredible RVA Skyline and James River views from your outdoor living spaces and private rooftop patios
Historic Manchester has experienced extensive revitalization over the last 10 years with the conversion of old warehouses and factories into apartments, offices and retail space. Manchester has become the hot spot for new development and is drawing a diverse group of residents that are captivated by the edgy, creative character of the neighborhood as well as the proximity to downtown and the James River.
As a headquarters location for Fortune 500’S and start-ups such as UPS Freight, SunTrust, PadillaCRT and Tumblr, this area’s urban appeal has attracted creative firms and professionals in the architecture, information technology and graphic design fields, as well as specialized advanced manufacturing companies. Artistic spaces such as Plant Zero, Art Works and Dogtown Dance Theater have emerged from old warehouses and schools creating a cultural hub.
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