The Emrick Flats // 101 W. Marshall Street
The Emrick Flats occupies a unique site at the intersection of Marshall Street, Adams Street, and Brook Road in Historic Jackson Ward. Built in the 1920s, the concrete building was home to the Emrick Chevrolet car dealership for more than 40 years. In the mid-2000s, the property was transformed into 25 modern condominiums boasting exposed concrete floors and structure, high ceilings, and expansive daylight. The community deck offers sunset views of the city skyline and the activities of First Fridays and the Arts & Cultural District are steps away. Further refinements in the last two years include a dynamic mural by local artist Hamilton Glass, painted as part of the inaugural Fall Line Fest last year. The story of Richmond’s historic neighborhoods is one of vibrancy and change and we invite you to join us as we learn about the continued evolution of Jackson Ward and the Emrick Flats.
Speakers: Jessica Bufford, Walter Parks (architect)
Time: 5:30 – 7:30, speakers at 6:15 with a short Q&A following. Guests are invited to tour the building before and after the speakers.
Cost: Modern Richmond events are free, but a suggested cash donation of $5 per person is appreciated.
Location: The Emrick Flats, 101 West Marshall Street, RVA 23220
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