Urban In-Fill Projects

The Terraces at Manchester

Located at 800 Semmes Ave in historic Manchester, this exciting high-rise will forever change the skyline of the Manchester neighborhood and breath new life into a vacant block at the intersection of Semmes Ave and Commerce Road. This project features two levels of parking beneath 8 stories of residential apartments with unprecedented views of the Downtown skyline and the James River. The one and two bedroom residences feature grand terraces ranging in size from 100 to 600 square feet. A large clubhouse and gym on the third level opens up to an outdoor plaza with gas grills, a gas fireplace, and a pool. The lobby features are electronic locker package acceptance system.

Awarded the 2015 Urban Land Institute Virginia Best Community Impact award.

1200 Semmes Ave

Located in Historic Manchester near Downtown, VCU, and Shockoe Bottom, construction on 1200 Semmes was completed in the summer of 2014. This spectacular structure features 148 one and two-bedroom apartments, and offers  some of Richmond’s finest living spaces and a spectacular roof-top experience. The roof-top features downtown views from an expansive patio and sprawling sun deck with the city’s only rooftop dog walk. The residences include private balconies, 9-foot ceilings, large energy efficient windows, granite countertops, and hardwood and concrete floors. The ground floor has over 8000 square feet of flex space that could be either residential or commercial.

Pace King Warehouse

Located in Shockoe Bottom, just a short walk from Downtown, MCV, and some of Richmond’s best restaurants and shops, these newly renovated one-bedroom apartments are the perfect fit for an urban lifestyle. Just a few of the amenities include hardwood or stained concrete floors, contemporary kitchens, skylights, and washers & dryers in each unit. TV, Internet, Water Sewer and Trash are all included.

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909 Perry Street Apartments

Located in Downtown Richmond’s Historic Manchester District just minutes from the fan and VCU, this brand new “green” building features both one and two bedroom apartments. Just a few of the amenities include private balconies, 9 foot ceilings, hardwood or stained concrete floors, washers and dryers in each unit, granite countertops, a clubhouse and gym, and 1 parking space per unit. Verizon FiOS TV and internet, water, sewer and trash are all included.

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1002-1004 Perry Street

These four newly constructed apartments include two bedrooms and two baths and feature bamboo floors, nine foot ceilings, and high end gourmet kitchens. The loft-like floor plans have great space and light and each unit includes an exterior porch and a front porch. These units also include off street parking as well as a large fenced common backyard. Terrific location in Historic Old Manchester with quick access to VCU, the Fan, and Downtown.

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701 Saint James Street Apartments

Located in Downtown’s Historic Jackson Ward Neighborhood just minutes from VCU, MCV, and the Bio Tech Park, this brand new “green” building features studios, one, and two bedroom apartments. Just a few of the amenities include 9 foot ceilings, hardwood or stained concrete floors, washer & dryer in each unit, secure entrances, and gated parking with 1 space included per unit with additional parking available.

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1000 Porter Street Apartments

Located in Downtown Richmond’s Historic Manchester District just minutes from the fan and VCU, this newly constructed “green” apartment building features single-level urban lofts and multi-level apartments with huge rooftop patios. Each unit features gourmet kitchens, private baths for each bedroom, washer/dryer, and spacious closets. Some of the “green” features include a rainwater collection system, pervious paver parking lot, reclaimed hardwood flooring, extensive outdoor space, and energy efficient appliances and fixtures.

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12th Street Flats

Downtown’s newest “green” condominiums meet Earthcraft and Energy Star’s stringent conservation requirements. Offering open loft-like floor plans and large rear porches, these energy-efficient units offer two bedrooms and two baths and feature bamboo floors, nine foot ceilings, and gourmet eat-in kitchens. Great space and light. Lower units also enjoy private yards as well as an additional front porch. Terrific location in Historic Old Manchester with quick access to VCU, the Fan, and Downtown.

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New Single Family Homes

In order to revitalize neighborhoods Miller & Associates has also been involved in the construction of more than a dozen new single family houses in Richmond’s historic neighborhoods of Old Manchester and Jackson Ward. This particular effort is helping to attract families back to the urban core of the city.

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Porter Street Flats

This successful development of duplexes consisting of eight flats is bringing resident owners back to a blighted historic neighborhood immediately across the James River from downtown Richmond. The traditional porch facades conceal open, contemporary floor plans with ample outdoor space. The target market for this development was young, creative, professionals, so affordability, good design, and adherence to green building materials such as bamboo floors were key considerations

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1919 East Broad Street

Built at the gateway to historic Church Hill, these five luxury townhouses fill a noticeable gap in the Broad Street streetscape. Reminiscent of the surrounding architecture, these three-story condominiums include the convenience of double “drive-under” garages and minimal upkeep for the urban dweller.

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Shockoe Valley Lofts

A case study for both historic rehabilitation, and urban infill, this remarkable project combines an early twentieth century synagogue, and a neighborhood community center, with two infill projects resulting in 37 condominiums and renewed vitality for an important downtown intersection.

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Parsons Row Townhouses

Adjacent to one of Richmond’s earliest surviving structures, the 1818 Samuel Parsons House, the new Parsons Row Townhouses reclaimed a derelict brown field. Built to fit in with the existing nineteenth century neighborhood of Oregon Hill, these 20 townhouses feature individualized porches and rooflines, and create a pedestrian mews to encourage neighborly interaction.

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