Seatack Historic District

Seatack is a historic African American neighborhood in Virginia Beach, located just over a mile west of the Atlantic oceanfront. The Seatack Historic District is focused around Birdneck Road and […]

William R. McKenney Memorial Building

The William R. McKenney Memorial Building is located on at the corner of South Sycamore and Marshall streets in the Poplar Lawn Historic District in the City of Petersburg. The […]

Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor

Encompassing approximately 60 acres just outside of downtown Norfolk, the Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor historic district is home to some of the city’s most impressive institutional architecture designed by […]

Gwynn’s Island Historic District

The Gwynn’s Island Historic District encompasses approximately 1,425 acres at the northern tip of Mathews County. The Gwynn’s Island Historic District maintains ties to its 380-year heritage of farming and […]

High-Rise for the Elderly

In the City of Richmond, the eleven-story, 200-unit High-Rise for the Elderly, also known as the Frederic A. Fay Towers, is representative of the impacts of the Housing Act of […]

Pulaski High School

Pulaski High School is located within a small residential area off US Route 11, just northeast of downtown Pulaski. This two-story Georgian Revival building was originally constructed in 1937 as […]

Philomont Historic District

Nestled in western Loudoun County, the Philomont Historic District is a rural village located at the crossroad intersection of Snickersville Turnpike and JEB Stuart Road. The general store, community center, […]


Chatham is located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in the vicinity of the Bridgetown community of Northampton County. The house is notable as an excellent example of the Federal […]

Brown Grove Rural Historic District

The Brown Grove Rural Historic District is a historically African American community located south of the Town of Ashland. The district’s boundaries encompass two discontiguous areas near the geographic center […]

Schoolfield Historic District

The roughly 512-acre Schoolfield Historic District encompasses the remaining buildings associated with the mill village of Schoolfield, an independent company town the textile giant Dan River Mills developed southwest of […]