Clarion Hotel Central
3207 N Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23230
Phone: (804) 359-9441
Fax: (804) 359-3207
3207 N Boulevard, Richmond, VA, US, 23230
- Phone: (804) 359-9441
- Fax: (804) 359-3207
The Arthur Ashe Center was built in 1982, and was the place where the funeral of tennis star Arthur Ashe was held. It is a 6,000 seater sports arena with 72,000 square feet of space. This sports facility contains a basketball court, and an indoor track, but it can hold any sports event. The seats are adjustable and the size of the track can be increased. This Center is also available for trade shows, community events, cultural shows and conventions.
This private, non-profit hospital provides medical care for children regardless of the family's ability to pay. Special services include a Pediatric Feeding Disorder Program; a Neurosciences Center that treats children with problems like brain or spinal cord injury, spasticity, stroke and epilepsy, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy. Outpatient and inpatient services are comprehensive. Emergency services.
Operating 24 hours a day, five days a week is Metro Taxi Services—a good option to choose! If you want to ensure you reach a place on time or have a business appointment, and can't find transport, then dial the number and you will have a car immediately dispatched for you. Since Metro Taxi Services is situated in the heart of Richmond, it will arrive sooner than you expect!
This 9,071 seat center was built in 1972 and is home to the University of Richmond Spiders basketball team. It is on campus and also houses other athletic programs through the university. Check the website for tickets and event listings.
This is a historic street in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as an access to Byrd Park, which is a public park with miles of trails, three lakes and several other scenic features. To the south of the street is the Boulevard Bridge that runs above James River. It intersects with Main Street, Monument Avenue, Broad Street and Hermitage Road. The Diamond, a famous baseball stadium, is located on the Boulevard. Its entire stretch acts as a border between Carytown Museum District and Fan District, both having historic significance with many old architectural style structures.
Retreat is the city's oldest hospital. The Wound Healing Center and the Mind-Body Medicine Center are two features of the hospital. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day.
The Emmanuel Church at Brook Hill is a great example of the antebellum of the Gothic Revival. This church is a beautiful structure with the tower on one end, the church also includes two more structure that is the school and the cemetery. The church is said to be one of the last structures built before the Civil War could begin.
Located downtown, this hospital has advanced diagnostic and treatment facilities, inpatient and outpatient care and a 24-hour emergency department. Every room is private and most medical plans are accepted.
The Chestnut Hill-Plateau Historic District makes for a stunning historic district and a lovely example of a streetcar suburb. Located in Richmond, Virginia, the district has homes featuring American Foursquare and Queen Anne style of architecture. A prestigious neighborhood with a rich history in its heydays, the district is now facing several problems such as decline in population, damage to property etc. The district has 659 structures, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
Renaissance Conference Center, a Victorian-style mansion, is a beautiful blend of old-world charm and modern facilities. Its elegant structure was restored to preserve the architectural details and grandeur, and at the same time was transformed into a large event space for private or corporate affairs. The facility includes The Roosevelt Ballroom, The Grand Foyer, The Admas Room, a number of meeting rooms and banquet areas. This multi-purpose venue is apt for any event, and can accommodate large groups as well. For weddings and private events you can also hire their entertainment service along with in-house catering.
Broad Street is a 15-mile (24-kilometer) long road located in the city of Richmond, Virginia. Its significance comes from the numerous commercial establishments built there throughout Richmond’s history. It stretches from downtown right in to the suburbs. Various retail stores, offices, shopping centers and malls adorn the street. It was once home to the historical theatres in the state, and a railway line that ran across the center of the now road. It is now home to several huge retailers, the Monumental Church, Library of Virginia, and more.
Provides physical and cognitive rehabilitation. Customizes splints and orthontics, provides aquatic therapy and upper-extremity physical therapy among other rehabilitative services. Occupational health program for injured workers. Specializes in the treatment of patients with arthritis, chronic pain, joint replacement, strokes, brain injury and spinal cord injury.