Shockoe Bottom Apartments

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Shockoe Bottom is quickly becoming the most renter friendly neighborhood in Richmond. As part of the Shockoe Economic Revitalization and Community Development, officially implemented in 2011, a Historic Housing project was begun. This project has spent approximately 70 million dollars on converting turn of the century warehouses, mostly tobacco, into more than 500 apartments. Shockoe Bottom is considered by some to be part of Downtown Richmond, and accordingly is very close to major amenities like shopping, public transportation and restaurants. For all the convenience, Shockoe Bottom is among the most expensive neighborhoods in Richmond, but not the most expensive. The average cost for a two bedroom apartment in Shockoe Bottom is $1,375; in Church Hill North, two-bedrooms rent for an average of $1,450, and in Shockoe Slip for $1,760, while Union Hill two bedrooms rent for $600 monthly, leaving Shockoe Bottom closer to the top.

 
 
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Shockoe Bottom has recently begun considering itself as part of Downtown Richmond. In the past few years, the neighborhood has seen intense professional and retail development, and is now home to hundreds of brand new apartments as well as some of the finest dining, shopping, and nightlife in Richmond. In November 2011, Richmond’s Department of Economic and Community Development initiated the Shockoe Economic Revitalization Strategy. Market at Tobacco Row, a more than 34,000 square foot shopping center, as well as Main Street (train) Station, are two areas being seriously focused on for revitalization. As of now, there are thousands of jobs, specifically in the retail and service industry, with many more anticipated as the revitalization continues; the plan has stated they hope to end up with something resembling the Pearl District in Portland, Oregon.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 0 Bed $850 2001 E Broad Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $0 202 N 20Th Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $0 - $1,250 10 S 20Th Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $850 - $1,600 2823 East Main Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $709 - $1,000 2701 E Main Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $799 - $2,100 2010 E Main Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,895 20 N 20Th Street, Richmond, VA April 14th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $934 - $1,154 Shockoe Bottom April 13th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $641 - $2,357 2300 E Cary Street, Richmond, VA April 13th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $818 - $1,550 Shockoe Bottom April 13th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Three $797 - $1,923
One - Three $583 - $2,347
One - Two $908 - $1,881
One - Two $1,016 - $1,872
One - Two $726 - $1,826
One - Two $892 - $1,298
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