1501 North 22nd Street

Like many neighborhoods within cities in America, Union Hill of Richmond was built quickly with many homes of the same style. Each home was built primarily with the same standardized materials to ensure affordability for the average middle class families that were hoping to settle in a prosperous capitalist town. The series depicts a catalogue of the once thriving community in its current state of 37% vacant residential properties., while also representing other areas across the country, that suffer from the same economic issue of vacant properties. These properties become not only an eyesore for the community, but also detrimental to the economy.

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