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.
DISCOVER CHARM...Originally constructed in 1901, American Cigar's palette is one of both history and comfort. Apartment homes display the warm colors of provincial red brick, original black sliding doors and unfinished wood-plank ceilings. These elements have been united with modern touches to create Richmond's ultimate haven.Visit American Cigar Site
DISCOVER COMFORT...The Cameron and Kinney Buildings are among the oldest structures on Tobacco Row. With landscaped courtyards and full-access to the rest of The River Lofts amenities, Cameron-Kinney offers a more economical home with all of the community and area perks.Visit Cameron Kinney Site
DISCOVER MODERN...Consolidated Carolina is the merging of two historic buildings which are separated by a resort-class pool and spa. Interiors express the most modern design with an open loft feel, track lighting, handsome exposed brick and duct work.Visit Consolidated Carolina Site
DISCOVER PRESTIGE...Lucky Strike offers the most luxurious lofts on Tobacco Row. Suites have stunning hardwood floors,huge factory windows,premium lighting packages, and soaring ceilings. Gourmet kitchens feature granite counters, stainless steel appliances and unique center islands.Visit Lucky Strike Site
DISCOVER TRANQUILITY...Set apart as the only new construction in The River Lofts, Cutter's Ridge is made up of fifteen three-story townhomes. This building was designed to imitate popular east coast brownstones with their expansive front stairways. Inside every room is truly spectacular. Hardwood floors are found throughout and luxury bathrooms have jacuzzi tubs.Visit Cutters Ridge Site