Buchanan Historic District

The present incorporated town of Buchanan in Botetourt County was created in 1882 when two separate communities merged into one; Pattonsburg on the north bank of the James River, and […]

West Main Street Historic District

Charlottesville’s West Main Street Historic District straddles a primary historic route between the city’s downtown and the University of Virginia. With a collection of historically-contributing buildings constructed between 1820 and […]

Abingdon Historic District Extension

This expansion of the original (1970) Abingdon Historic District in Washington County includes properties located along Valley, King, Park, and Oak Hill streets, and White’s Mill Road, and at the […]

New Castle Historic District (Boundary Increase)

The New Castle Historic District, formerly including only six properties, presently encompasses much of the downtown commercial center and contiguous residential areas in the town of New Castle, the seat […]

Town of Barton Heights Historic District

Barton Heights Historic District is a remarkably intact turn-of-the-20th-century residential quarter of today’s Richmond.  The first of a number of private and speculative developments outlying the city’s Northside, Barton Heights […]

Belfield-Emporia Historic District

Collectively, the Hicksford Historic District and Belfield Historic District tell the story of the evolution of Emporia from two small early-19th-century crossroads to a merged, active city and the seat […]

Brookland Park Historic District

Composed of one late-19th- and five early-20th-century subdivisions in the on the Northside of Richmond, the Brookland Park Historic District shows the impact of streetcar transportation on suburban development in […]

Fort Monroe: Quarters #1

Fort Monroe‘s Quarters 1, built in 1819 before the completion of the fortification walls, was the first permanent structure erected by the Army at the fort. The Federal-style building was […]

Battery Court Historic District

The Battery Court Historic District exhibits the growing sophistication of Richmond’s developers in an intact neighborhood whose significance spans from 1909-1949. As the most recent (1909) of the Richmond Northside’s […]