List of neighborhoods in Richmond, Virginia

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A row of houses in the Jackson Ward neighborhood of Richmond. The district was listed as a Landmark District in 1978.

Richmond, Virginia, is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the fifth largest city in the state in terms of population,[1] and the main anchor city for the Greater Richmond Region, the third largest metropolitan statistical area in the Commonwealth, and the 43rd largest in the United States.[2] The City of Richmond is divided into five distinct districts, each district is further subdivided into several neighborhoods, although there is no formal criterion as to what defines a neighborhood within the City of Richmond. The five districts of Richmond are Downtown, East End, North Side, Southside, and West End.

Below is a list of neighborhoods in Richmond, Virginia, divided by their district:

Downtown[edit]

East End[edit]

North Side[edit]

Southside[edit]

  • Ancarrow's Landing
  • Bellemeade
  • Belmont Woods
  • Blackwell
  • Brandermill
  • Broad Rock
  • Brookbury
  • Cherry Gardens
  • Chippenham Forest
  • Cofer
  • Cottrell Farms
  • Forest Hill
  • Gravel Hill
  • Hickory Hill
  • Hillside Court
  • Huguenot
  • Jahnke
  • Manchester
  • Maury
  • McGuire
  • North Chesterfield
  • Northrop
  • Oak Grove
  • Oxford
  • Piney Knolls
  • South Richmond
  • Southampton
  • Stoney Point
  • Stratford Hills
  • Swansboro
  • Walmsley
  • Warwick
  • Windsor
  • Woodhaven
  • Woodland Heights
  • Worthington

West End[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brinkhoff, Thomas. "Virginia (USA): State, Major Cities, Places & Towns". US Census Bureau. CityPopulation.de. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  2. ^ "2010 Census Data for Virginia" (PDF). U.S. Census. Census.gov. Retrieved February 2, 2013.

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