Miracle on 21st Street 

Transformation revalidates Shockoe Bottom.

No local precinct has undergone so remarkable a transformation as Shockoe Bottom's eastern edge, where North 21st Street slams hard against the weed-infested and dramatically steep cliff of Church Hill. In the recent past, aside from the restored American Tobacco Center…

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