Our Properties

We have 5 different rental apartment properties in the vicinity of VCU in Richmond.

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Theater Row Apartments

115 W. Broad Street

23 Apartments with full amenities included

Recently renovated, historic preservation building in the center of the Arts District, across from the Maggie Walker statue and the Pulse Bus stop, and four blocks from VCU. Parking available.

Theater Row Apartments

Marshall Adams Apartments

20-24 W. Marshall Street

411-413 N. Adams Street

26 Apartments, some singles with shared common areas

Tastefully restored, historic brick building on the corner of Marshall and Adams. Heart of the Arts District, a short walk to both VCU and VCU School of Medicine. Maggie Walker statue and Saison within sight.

Marshall Adams Apartments

Artisan Alley

323 W. Broad Street

8 Apartments with modern amenities

Landmark living address on Broad Street two blocks east of the VCU Institute for Contemporary Art. Fully renovated blend of historic features and modern amenities.

Artisan Alley

Marshall Place Condominiums

412 W. Marshall Street

4 Condominiums with modern features

Spacious, bright, comfortable living in Jackson Ward with front porch and shared backyard. Three blocks from VCU Institute for Contemporary Art. Short walk to VCU.

Marshall Place Condominiums

Primera House Apartments

1311 W. Leigh Street

2 Three Bedroom Apartments freshly renovated

Fully renovated classic duplex with front porch and off-street parking, steps from VCU. Two blocks from Sugar Shack, two blocks from Kroger, three blocks from Siegel Center.

Primera House Apartments

Cornish Brewery Apartments

Clay and Harrison Streets

37 Apartments- Acquired July 2020

Acquired July 2020. The Cornish Home Brewery opened in 1885, and quenched thirsts in Richmond and beyond for many years. It was redeveloped into 37 apartments in 2008, and is a landmark building on the corner of Clay and Harrison Streets, about a block from VCU’s Siegel Center. The property’s historic features include old grain storage equipment, arched brick ceilings, and the original rail spur and loading dock used for deliveries—preserved among beautiful living spaces. Contact us to learn more.