West Grace Street Association

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Who We Are

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Ours is an Old and Historic District that lies between Ryland and the Boulevard, flanked by stately Monument Avenue and bustling West Broad Street.  A tightly-knit neighborhood full of Victorian charm and personality, we boast the best examples of architecturally untouched… Continue Reading →

What is “Old and Historic?”

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And why are we so darned proud to be designated as such?!?  Well, the City of Richmond contains 15 Old & Historic Districts, the first one created in 1957 to protect its architecture from destruction.  West Grace Street wisely joined… Continue Reading →

Our Beginnings

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People widely believe that Grace Street had its name changed because of the number of churches present by 1844. Prior to that time, it was known simply as “G” Street, following the early lettering system of city streets.  By the… Continue Reading →

Join us!

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Traditional, contemporary, professional, modern family-oriented, artsy, convenient and never dull, this is city living as you imagined it could be!  Step outside the door of your West Grace Street home and youʼre within a leisurely stroll of museums, shops, restaurants,… Continue Reading →

Living on West Grace…

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Our homes are beautiful on the inside, too….  In general, the homes of West Grace Street are significantly larger than those in the rest of the Fan. Superior construction, large rooms, high ceilings, rich materials and intricate details, established landscapes,… Continue Reading →

Word on the Street

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WGSA Joins the RVA Coalition for Smart Transit:  More than a dozen local civic and business association leaders have formed a new coalition, the RVA Coalition for Smart Transit, to advocate for a thoughtful and inclusive approach to transit reform… Continue Reading →

Reporting Neighborhood Concerns

Remember, reporting concerns we see in our neighborhood is important.  If you see a problem that needs a resolution, such as a pothole, graffiti or a leaking fire hydrant (you name it!), please let the City know.   Let’s all… Continue Reading →

Help Control Mosquitoes in Our Neighborhood!

We can all work together to control mosquitoes in our neighborhood by following these tips. Remember: Patrol your yard once a week! The key to reducing mosquito populations is to deny them a place to breed. There are many things citizens… Continue Reading →

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