Richmond, VA Architecture Photos

Richmond, VA enjoys a mix of heritage and modern buildings in its downtown core skyline.

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Skyline of Richmond from Confederate soldier statue. Richmond, VA.Wachovia Securities buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Wachovia, Omni & heritage commercial buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Bank of America, BB&T, American National Bank, & core buildings over Main St. Rail Station on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.
Skyline of Richmond from Confederate soldier statue. Richmond, VA.Wachovia Securities buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Wachovia, Omni & heritage commercial buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Bank of America, BB&T, American National Bank, & core buildings over Main St. Rail Station on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.
Bank of America, BB&T, & American National Bank buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Downtown buildings over Main St. Rail Station on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Skyline of Richmond over United States Court of Appeals with Bank of America, Wachovia & SunTrust Buildings. Richmond, VA.SunTrust Plaza. Richmond, VA.
Bank of America, BB&T, & American National Bank buildings on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Downtown buildings over Main St. Rail Station on Richmond skyline. Richmond, VA.Skyline of Richmond over United States Court of Appeals with Bank of America, Wachovia & SunTrust Buildings. Richmond, VA.SunTrust Plaza (1983) (26 floors) (919 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: FABRAP.
Sun Trust, Wachovia, Omni & Bank of America buildings from James River. Richmond, VA.Philip Morris Research Center. Richmond, VA.American Heritage Place & Wachovia Bank. Richmond, VA.American Heritage Place. Richmond, VA.
Sun Trust, Wachovia, Omni & Bank of America buildings from James River. Richmond, VA.Philip Morris Research Center (2007) (601 E. Jackson St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: CUH2A.American Heritage Place & Wachovia Bank. Richmond, VA.American Heritage Place (1904) (13 floors) (1001 E. Main St.) (former American National Bank). Richmond, VA. Style: Beaux-Arts. Architect: Wyatt & Nolting.
BB&T Bank & Mutual Buildings on Richmond Skyline. Richmond, VA.Mutual & First National Bank Buildings. Richmond, VA.The Mutual Building. Richmond, VA.First National Bank Building. Richmond, VA.
BB&T Bank & Mutual Buildings on Richmond Skyline. Richmond, VA.Mutual & First National (now BB&T) Bank Buildings. Richmond, VA. Architect: Clinton & Russell.The Mutual Building (1904) (13 floors) (909 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Clinton & Russell.First National (now BB&T) Bank Building (1913) (19 floors) (825-27 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Neoclassical Revival. Architect: Alfred Charles Bossom of Clinton & Russell. On National Register.
Lower level details of First National Bank Building. Richmond, VA.Bank Vault building 1919. Richmond, VA.Bank Vault building 1919. Richmond, VA.Stearns Iron-Front Building. Richmond, VA.
Lower level details of First National Bank Building. Richmond, VA.Bank Vault building 1919 (1005 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Mowbray & Uffinger.Bank Vault building 1919 (1005 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Mowbray & Uffinger.Stearns Iron-Front Building (1866-9) (1007-13 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Venetian Renaissance Palazzi. Architect: George H. Johnson. On National Register.
Entrance portals of Stearns Iron-Front Building. Richmond, VA.Branch Building. Richmond, VA.Branch Building. Richmond, VA.Branch Building & Sun Trust. Richmond, VA.
Entrance portals of Stearns Iron-Front Building (1007 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA.Branch Building (C1866) (1015 E. Main St.) (former Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Co). Richmond, VA. Architect: George H. Johnson. On National Register.Branch Building (C1866) (1015 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA.Branch Building & Sun Trust. Richmond, VA.
United States Parcel Post Building. Richmond, VA.Capitol Place. Richmond, VA.Portal of Capitol Place. Richmond, VA.Streetscape of E. Main St. with Bank of America & Sun Trust Towers over heritage commercial buildings. Richmond, VA.
United States Parcel Post Building (1929) (1100 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Egyptian Revival. Architect: Marcellus Eugene Wright, Sr..Capitol Place (1910) (14 floors) (1108 E. Main St.) (former Travelers' Building & Plantation House). Richmond, VA. Style: Beaux-Arts. Architect: W. Duncan Lee of Clinton & Russell.Portal of Capitol Place (1108 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA.Streetscape of E. Main St. with Bank of America & Sun Trust Towers over heritage commercial buildings. Richmond, VA.
Bank of America Center. Richmond, VA.Window detail of Bank of America Center. Richmond, VA.Buildings of Bank of America Center. Richmond, VA.Heritage Italianate commercial building. Richmond, VA.
Bank of America Center (1974) (26 floors) (1111 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Welton Becket & Assoc..Window detail of Bank of America Center. Richmond, VA.Buildings of Bank of America Center. Richmond, VA.Heritage Italianate commercial building (1203-5 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate.
Donnan-Asher Iron-Front Building. Richmond, VA.Richardsonian-Romanesque-style building. Richmond, VA.Heritage commercial buildings. Richmond, VA.Row of heritage commercial buildings. Richmond, VA.
Donnan-Asher Iron-Front Building (1866) (1207-11 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate. On National Register.Richardsonian-Romanesque-style building (1200 E. Main St. at 12th St.). Richmond, VA.Heritage commercial buildings (one only one window wide) (E. Main St. at 14th St.). Richmond, VA.Row of heritage commercial buildings (S. 14th St. at E. Main St.). Richmond, VA.
Italianate building. Richmond, VA.Shockoe Plaza in Shockoe Slip Historic District. Richmond, VA.Shockoe Slip Historic District fountain in Renaissance style with octagonal base. Richmond, VA.John Tyler Building & heritage commercial buildings along 13th St. Richmond, VA.
Italianate building (c1872) (1325-7 E. Cary St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Albert West (attrib).Shockoe Plaza in Shockoe Slip Historic District. Richmond, VA.Shockoe Slip Historic District fountain (1905) in Renaissance style with octagonal base. Richmond, VA.John Tyler Building & heritage commercial buildings along 13th St. Richmond, VA.
Richmond Old City Hall. Richmond, VA.Richmond City Hall. Richmond, VA.New Library of Virginia. Richmond, VA.Virginia Commonwealth University Children's Pavilion against old & new City Halls. Richmond, VA.
Richmond Old City Hall (1894) (1001 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Victorian Gothic. Architect: Elijah E. Myers. On National Register. Richmond City Hall (1971) (19 floors) (900 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Ballou, Justice & Upton Architects.New Library of Virginia (1997) (800 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Children's Pavilion (1001 E. Marshall at 11th St.) against old & new City Halls. Richmond, VA.
General Assembly Building complex with two additions. Richmond, VA.Patrick Henry Building. Richmond, VA.Facade of Ninth Street Office Building. Richmond, VA.Washington State Office Building. Richmond, VA.
General Assembly Building complex with two additions. Richmond, VA.Patrick Henry Building (old Supreme Court of Appeals facade) (1938-40) (1111 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Baskervill & Son + Cameal, Johnson & Wright.Facade of Ninth Street Office Building (1904) (former Hotel Richmond). Richmond, VA.Washington State Office Building (1922) (13 floors) (1100 Bank St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Carneal & Johnston.
Spottswood W. Robinson III & Robert R. Merhige, Jr. United States Courthouse. Richmond, VA.John Tyler Building. Richmond, VA.James Center's Omni Hotel & Wachovia Bank. Richmond, VA.Egyptian Building. Richmond, VA.
Spottswood W. Robinson III & Robert R. Merhige, Jr. United States Courthouse (2008) (701 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP.John Tyler Building (1991) (11 floors) (1300 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Odell & Assoc..James Center's (1987) Omni Hotel (18 floors) (100-120 South 12th St.) & Wachovia Bank (21 floors) (1021 E. Cary St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Odell & Assoc..Egyptian Building (1846) (College & Marshall). Richmond, VA. Style: Egyptian Revival. Architect: Thomas S. Stewart. On National Register.
Column details of Egyptian Building. Richmond, VA.Facade details of Stewart's Egyptian Building. Richmond, VA.First African Baptist Church. Richmond, VA.Monumental Church of Richmond. Richmond, VA.
Column details of Egyptian Building. Richmond, VA.Facade details of Stewart's Egyptian Building. Richmond, VA.First African Baptist Church (1877) (301 College St.). Richmond, VA. On National Register.Monumental Church of Richmond (1812) (1224 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: Robert Mills. On National Register.
Old First Baptist Church now VCY Student Center. Richmond, VA.Old First Baptist Church now VCY Student Center. Richmond, VA.Charlotte Williams Memorial Hospital. Richmond, VA.General Assembly Building on Virginia State Capitol campus. Richmond, VA.
Old First Baptist Church (1841) (1110 E. Broad St.) now VCY Student Center. Richmond, VA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Thomas U. Walter. On National Register.Old First Baptist Church (1841) (1110 E. Broad St.) now VCY Student Center. Richmond, VA.Charlotte Williams Memorial Hospital (1940) (1201 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Albert W. Fuller. On National Register.General Assembly Building on Virginia State Capitol campus. Richmond, VA.
General Assembly Building with new General Assembly beyond. Richmond, VA.Townhouse with cast iron grillwork on porches near VCU. Richmond, VA.Samual & Stephen Putney Houses now used by VCU. Richmond, VA.Ornate iron fence at Putney House. Richmond, VA.
General Assembly Building (1922) (12 floors) (910 Capitol St. with face on Broad St.) with new General Assembly beyond. Richmond, VA. Architect: Clinton & Russell.Townhouse with cast iron grillwork on porches near VCU. Richmond, VA.Samual & Stephen Putney Houses (1859) (1010 & 1012 E. Marshall St.) now used by VCU. Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate. On National Register.Ornate iron fence at Putney House (1012 E. Marshall St.). Richmond, VA.
White House of the Confederacy where Abraham Lincoln visited after the fall of Richmond in April, 1865. Richmond, VA.John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Clay St. row houses part of Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA.Decatur Davis House part of Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA.
White House of the Confederacy where Abraham Lincoln visited after the fall of Richmond in April, 1865. Richmond, VA. John Marshall House (1790) (818 E. Marshall St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Federal. Architect: Chief Justice John Marshall. On National Register. Clay St. row houses part of Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA. Decatur Davis House (1870) (Clay St.) part of Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA.
William H. Grant House opposite Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA.


William H. Grant House (1856) (1008 Clay St.) opposite Valentine Richmond History Center. Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate.



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