Though actually part of Henrico County, the Lakeside area is located in what most Richmonders refer to as Northside. The neighborhood is roughly bordered by Bryan Park to the South, Hermitage Road to the North, Galaxie Road to the West and Lakeside Avenue to the East. Given its central location with easy access to the…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Lakeside"
The Museum District is another uniquely Richmond neighborhood built upon history, architecture and community listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Surrounded by several popular neighborhoods (including the Fan, Carytown, and Scott’s Addition), it is within several blocks in just about any direction of restaurants, breweries, shopping and other popular spots. Arthur Ashe Boulevard…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Museum District"
As a former resident of Bellevue and current resident of the adjacent Laburnum Park neighborhood, the area holds a special place in my heart. Bellevue has developed a personality all its own and become a popular destination for those seeking a tight-knit, walkable community. If you were to ask residents about the neighborhood, I’d be…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Bellevue"
With both Industrial and Residential Historic Districts, Carver is another of Richmond’s historically significant neighborhoods located near the City’s center and adjacent to VCU. The area (roughly 54 square blocks) is bordered by Lombardy Street to the Northwest, Belvidere Street to the Southeast, Interstate 95 to the Northeast and Broad Street to the Southwest. Carver…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Carver"
Another Northside neighborhood that was overlooked until recent years is Rosedale. Rosedale is located on the west side of Hermitage Road just North of the I-64 / I-95 overlap, East of I-95 and South of Bryan Park. It’s easy to overlook the Rosedale neighborhood as you travel the Northside. With Laburnum Avenue being the only…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Rosedale"
Though it’s not one of the oldest neighborhoods in Richmond, Windsor Farms is home to some of Richmond’s most architecturally significant (and valuable) properties. The neighborhood is located on the southern side of Cary Street Road between Old Locke Lane, the Powhite Parkway and the northern banks of the James River. First conceived in 1926…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Windsor Farms"
Often overshadowed by the more well known Northside neighborhoods of Bellevue and Ginter Park, Sherwood Park is a hidden gem. The area is filled with charming, mostly brick homes along sleepy, tree-lined streets. The adjacent historic campuses of Union Presbyterian Seminary and Veritas School also contribute to the neighborhood’s appeal. Its borders are formed by…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Sherwood Park"
The Carillon neighborhood is yet another Richmond historic district. In fact, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2015. Located on the northern side of the James River between Byrd Park, Powhite Parkway and the Downtown Expressway, the neighborhood is easily accessible from several popular City neighborhoods, retail and dining destinations,…Read more "Neighborhoods of RVA: Carillon"