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Is Hull Street The Next Cool Spot in RVA?

Style Weekly just gave Manchester a huge shout out and let all of RVA know what those who work, live, or play in Manchester already know. Hull Street has incredible potential. And the amount of development that is taking place means exciting changes are only a matter of time for this business corridor. Style

wasSUP RVA-WhoLetTheDogsOut?

I went to the Dominion Riverrock at Brown's Island yesterday to see what wasSUP with the river festivities. After my own SUP experience last weekend, I was interested in seeing how the competitors would fair in the SUP Cross over the James River Rapids at the old VEPCO dam. This also happens

Manchester Market Has Arrived

We get really excited in Manchester about the basics. Potholes are patched. Empty tree wells are filled with trees. Well now there is another to add to the list. Lower Hull Street now has a market! The new Manchester Market is located in the Port RVA building at 500 Hull St and

Trash Free Tuesday

Trash Free Tuesday is a neighborhood clean up event organized by RVA Clean Sweep. Study after study show that the number #1 deterrent of litter, is not seeing litter. Anything in the streets of Manchester wash into the James River. We encourage you to always #pickuplitterRVA. Area of focus will be

Are You Down with SUP?

I recently had a long weekend trip to Southern California. My first leg of the trip was in Huntington Beach - Surf City USA. The first morning started off with an overcast sky also dubbed as the "marine layer" that burns off by the afternoon. Once the layer dissipates you're

BridgePark RVA

Since 2012, the BridgePark has been an idea that hasn't fully left the drawing board. That's unfortunate because an idea like this makes a tremendous amount of sense. The bridge would sit roughly between the new Tyler Potterfield Bridge and Manchester Bridge and span across the river from Kanawha Plaza to the

$6 Million of Federal Funding Allocated to Fix Mayo Bridge

$6 Million of Federal funding thorough the The Regional Surface Transportation Program has been allocated to help rehabilitate the Mayo Bridge. Repairing the Mayo bridge is one of 43 regional projects that have received funding totaling $160 Million. Here are the details from the Richmond Regional Transportation Planning Organization: Rehabilitate Mayo Bridge (Route 360) over the

Update: No Funding for Hull Street Revitalization, But Council Votes to Fund Traffic Calming

At Monday's marathon City Council meeting, City Council voted down the amendment that would have removed funding for the traffic calming project for Manchester (and all other sections of the City). They did not however, appropriate any funding for the Hull Street Revitalization project. This is two years in a row