Wednesday, May 20, 2015
The City of Richmond is creating a new public space in the train shed and the area around Main Street Station. The 100,000 square feet of soon-to-be glassed-in space within Main Street Station will be revitalized as a transportation hub with space for experiencing the best of Richmond through recreation, shopping, food and beverage, celebration, tourism, and events. With indoor space the size of an entire city block, this renovation can transform Downtown Richmond by creating a centrally located, historically significant destination for the RVA community.
To ensure that this revitalization effort is successful, the City is undergoing a comprehensive research process. The Southeastern Institute of Research, located right here in Richmond, is leading this research effort. As part of this process, input from the Richmond community is needed.
Please click here to take part in the survey to help transform the Main Street Station.
Posted by Office of the Press Secretary to the Mayor at 4:37 PM