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The River Lofts at Tobacco Row is an irresistible urban retreat, comprised of seven apartment styles located in one of Richmond’s trendiest neighborhoods. Each building is designed to have a unique personality, but in unison they represent how harmonious modern living can be in a historic district. With open floor plans and cornerstones dating back to 1871, it’s easy to see why The River Lofts makes great use of these significant buildings.
Each River Loft apartment has charm to burn. Open plans, exposed brick, wood beams, what else could you want.
Discover an effortlessly cool neighborhood filled with restaurants, pubs and coffee shops just steps from downtown.
The River Lofts consist of the following historic buildings:
Lucky Strike, est. 1871
Kinney Building, est. 1887
Cameron Building, est.1897
Carolina Building, est. 1900
American Cigar Building, est. 1901
Consolidated Building, est. 1925
While adapting the buildings of The River Lofts for apartment living, careful thought was paid to amenity space. Each building has been given stunning lobby lounges, access to pass-time favorites like billiards, and modern features such as media and theater rooms. Great attention was also given to outdoor space. Meandering paths lead the way to a variety of recreational favorites. American Cigar boasts the most serene patio in Richmond, while the stunning pools of Consolidated Carolina and Cameron Kinney provide the perfect spot for a lazy, summer afternoon.
Modern-day Tobacco Row provides the ideal urban playground. The revitalization of such an effortlessly cool neighborhood has Richmonders flocking, as it is now the hottest spot to experience the best in everything local. From neighborhood pubs and traditional southern fare to the coolest coffee bars, it can all be found on Tobacco Row.