an exciting urban neighborhood, located in downtown Richmond,
is home to Virginia Commonwealth University, the historic Jefferson Hotel and many unique restaurants and buildings. Residents of this thriving district love living in the center of the city surrounded by historic architecture, public schools, universities, parks and much more.
Getting in and out of Monroe Ward is easy. Interstates 95 and 64 run through the neighborhood, providing easy access to major expressways. The rapids of the majestic James River lie to the south, providing stunning views for residents. Broad Street houses
many restaurants, art galleries and boutiques. Spend the afternoon perusing the shops and pick up a unique piece of art made by one of the locally based and internationally renowned artists.
The Monroe Ward neighborhood provides an eclectic mix of arts and shopping right in the heart of culturally robust city. Residents and visitors get to enjoy access to a long list of museums
and attractions including: the Black History Museum and Cultural Center, the Science Museum of Virginia, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and many more.