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  1. Proposed Highrises
    https://roanoke.com/news/state-and-regional/real-estate-firm-announces-plans-for-downtown-richmond-26-story-office-building/article_ff8ef114-5f50-11ec-b77d-dfa25d4f0cc5.html CoStar to build city’s tallest building along Richmond riverfront
  2. Baltimore / Washington DC
    Manassas Park is an independent city in northern Virginia, about 14 miles south of Dulles International Airport. The population is around 18,000. The city is surrounded on almost all sides by Prince William County, but also borders Manassas in its northwest corner. Manassas Park was once the...
  3. Southeast
    Stafford is an unincorporated community in northern Virginia, and is the seat of Stafford County. The population is around 5,000. Stafford is located along I-95, and is one of the communities at the southern end of the suburbs for Washington, DC. The county has seen massive growth as the...
  4. Southeast
    Charles City is an unincorporated community in Charles City County, on the Lower Neck or Lower Peninsula in Virginia. The population is around 135. Charles City is the seat of Charles City County, a county with a sparse population dependent on agriculture. The county was one of the 8 original...
  5. Southeast
    Yorktown is an unincorporated community on the northern shore of the Lower Peninsula, also called the Virginia Peninsula, and is the seat of York County. The population is around 200. Yorktown is named for York, in northern England. York was settled across from Gloucester Point, on a...
  6. Além-Fronteiras / Around The World
    O Sul dos Estados Unidos (conhecidos localmente como American South, Dixie, Down South ou simplesmente the South, "o Sul") é uma região distinta, de grande extensão territorial, situada no sudeste e centro-sul dos Estados Unidos. Devido à herança cultural e histórica característica da região...
  7. Southeast
    Montross is a town on the Northern Neck in Virginia. It is the seat of Westmoreland County. The population is around 300. While still just a courthouse town today, after over 300 years, the surrounding countryside is notable for being the birthplace of President George Washington; President...
  8. Southeast
    Heathsville is an unincorporated community on the Northern Neck of Virginia. The community is the seat of Northumberland County. The population is around 150. Heathsville was founded in 1681 as Northumberland Court House. It was later named for John Heath, a lawyer and politician who was a...
  9. Southeast
    Lancaster is an unincorporated community on the Northern Neck of Virginia. It is the seat of Lancaster County. The population is around 500. The Lancaster County Courthouse, on Courthouse Road. The courthouse was built in 2010. The old Lancaster County Courthouse, on Mary Ball Road. The...
  10. Southeast
    Warsaw is a town on the Northern Neck of Virginia, and is the seat of Richmond County. The population is around 1,500. Warsaw was originally named Richmond Court House, being the seat of Richmond County. Richmond County was/is different than the City of Richmond, which was originally in...
  11. Southeast
    Nottoway is an unincorporated community in Southside Virginia. It is the seat of Nottoway County. The population is around 85. Nottoway County, despite being a rural county, has some relatively larger population centers. These towns grew when the railroad opened stations. Nottoway, or...
  12. Southeast
    Goochland is an unincorporated community, and is the seat of Goochland County, northwest of Richmond. The population is around 850. Goochland is named for Sir William Gooch, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 1727 to 1749. The Goochland County Courthouse on Courthouse Circle in the middle...
  13. Southeast
    Palmyra is an unincorporated town in central Virginia, about 20 miles southeast of Charlottesville. It is the seat of Fluvanna County. The population is around 100. Palmyra was mainly settled in 1828, when the county seat was moved here from a rural location south of the Rivanna River. Since...
  14. Southeast
    Dinwiddie is an unincorporated community along I-85 on the Southside of Virginia, southwest of Petersburg. It is the seat of Dinwiddie County. The population is around 500. Dinwiddie and the surrounding countryside were the site of several Civil War battles as the war was nearing its end...
  15. Southeast
    Sussex Court House is an unincorporated community, and the seat of Sussex County, south of Richmond and Petersburg. The population is around 250. Sussex County is rural, with logging and cotton being two of the main industries. The community of Sussex Court House is little more than the...
  16. Southeast
    Prince George is an unincorporated community southeast of Petersburg, and is the seat of Prince George County. The population is around 2,000. The old Prince George County Courthouse, on the courthouse square on Courthouse Road. The courthouse was built in 1883, and is now the Historic...
  17. Southeast
    Emporia is an independent city on the Southside of Virginia, south of Richmond and near the border with North Carolina. The independent city is the seat of Greensville County. Emporia has a population of around 6,000. Emporia initially began as two separate communities. Hicksford started on...
  18. Southeast
    Portsmouth is an independent city in Virginia, directly across the Elizabeth River from Norfolk. The population is around 95,000. Portsmouth was named for Portsmouth, England. The town was established in 1752 by Colonel William Crawford, on his land. Portsmouth became a city in 1858. The...
  19. Southeast
    Hopewell is an independent city on the James River, at the mouth of the Appomattox River. Together with Petersburg and Colonial Heights, both a few miles southwest, Hopewell forms the Tri-Cities area jusst south of Richmond. The population is around 22,000. Hopewell was settled in 1613 at...
  20. Southeast
    Spotsylvania is an unincorporated community in central Spotsylvania County, and is the seat of Spotsylvania County. The population is around 4,300. Spotsylvania is best-known as the site of the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse, which took place from May 8-21, 1864. The battle was the result...
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