Located along Richmond’s Inner Harbor, the breathtaking waterfront, the Richmond Revival begins at Ford Point. The historic Ford Plant had taken on new life as a focal point for Richmond’s emerging new economy. On the National Register of Historic Places the award-winning structure is on 25 acres of waterfront property and is regularly sought after as a wonder for architects and film crews. A private wharf can accommodate vessels and ferries, including private yachts. The Craneway Pavilion’s spectacular 180 degree view is a one of a kind venue hosting over 100 events annually. The popular Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park Visitor Education Center is located in the former Oil House adjacent to the Bay Trail. Nearby Marina Bay is a breathtaking waterfront community with an abundance of open space along the Bay Trail. Restaurants in Ford Point and Marina Bay are consistently in the top with online bloggers.
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