Inside the John Marshall

Richmond real estate professionals got a peak inside the John Marshall, a former hotel being converted into more than 230 apartments by Dominion Realty Partners. The $70 million dollar rehabilitation project has a target completion date of 60 days.

The apartment project was one of several stops made yesterday as part the inaugural bus tour put on by the Greater Richmond Association of Commercial Real Estate.

Richmond real estate professionals got a peak inside the John Marshall, a former hotel being converted into more than 230 apartments by Dominion Realty Partners. The $70 million dollar rehabilitation project has a target completion date of 60 days.

The apartment project was one of several stops made yesterday as part the inaugural bus tour put on by the Greater Richmond Association of Commercial Real Estate.

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James
James
10 years ago

This section of Grace street Downtown between 6th, 5th and 4th Steets is anchored by the beautiful Art Deco architecture of The Berry Burk, the Carpenter center and the Suntrust bank,. In addition, the residents at the John Marshall Hotel, The Cokesbury , Bury Burke, North 6th St, Miller and Rhoads together with the guests of the Hilton the Marriott and the Convention center are just waiting for for the purveyors of Richmond’s finest restaurants and arts to return this street to its original status as arguably one of Richmond.s most handsome streets.