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Welcome to Richmond. Welcome home.

We’re hip. We’re artsy. But we’re down to earth, too. We’re an eclectic group of folks bound by a common goal to make our city and surrounding areas the very best place to call home.

 

RVA at a Glance

Metro Richmond Population:
1,260,029 awesome neighbors
Location:
2 hours to Washington, DC, 2 hours to Virginia Beach, 1 hour to Charlottesville, and 15 minutes to Ashland, Virginia, the Center of the Universe!
Average Commute:
Just 24.7 minutes.
Weather:
Just right. With an average high of 70°F and an average low of 48°F, you’ll experience all four seasons and not too much of any one of them.
Cost Of Living:
Average! (This is a case where average is good.) RVA < Charlotte, NC < Washington, D.C. < New York, NY

 

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Out & About:

A Storied History
While RVA is a forward-thinking city, make no mistake that Richmond is history. With top-notch museums, historic churches, and landmarks recognizing everything from Edgar Allen Poe’s early career to Patrick Henry’s famous “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech, RVA has a story to tell.
A Fit For Everyone
Why stick to the traditional gym scene when you can bike the Capital Trail, kayak across the James River, or train for the wildly popular Monument 10K. You can also watch the pros battle it out at a Richmond Flying Squirrels baseball game or catch soccer match with the Richmond Kickers.
Creative Flair
Maybe your thing is walking through the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ world-famous Fabergé Egg collection. Or maybe it’s pounding the pavement to pore over our growing street art scene. Either way, you’re in luck.
A Festive Atmosphere
Festivals and street fairs are everyday experiences in RVA, including Dominion Riverrock Festival (On Brown’s Island), Oktoberfest, Greek Festival, Folk Festival, Easter on Parade, and the Carytown Watermelon Festival.