Description

Designed in the late 1920′s by world renowned architect John Eberson, the Central National Bank Building is a steel-frame, limestone-clad skyscraper that serves as the only structure in Richmond designed in the art-deco style of architecture.  As stated by the 1979 National Register nomination, the CNB building serves a compliment to “the successful efforts of Richmond merchants to establish a financial institution to their special needs.”  This mixed-use development project will combine modern functionality with a historically preserved building.  Comprised of a variety of different floor plans, the CNB Building intends to provide modern functionality and amenities to a historically rich and culturally significant area of the city of Richmond.

The Central National Bank Building is situated in the heart of the culturally rich Broad Street, offering unique access to all major attractions while remaining in close proximity to both major universities within city limits. Located in the central business district, the development is surrounded by historic landmarks, vibrant street-level retail, museums, galleries and office buildings.

Facts

  • 236,938  square feet, of which 210,728 square feet is above grade with a total rentable are of 200,680 square feet 
  • Built 1928-29; Acquired 2008; Redevelopment 2016
  • 23-story mixed use building