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Standing as the state Capital and one of the state’s largest cities, Richmond has much to offer those seeking prime Virginia real estate. Ryan Homes offers a generous catalogue of new homes in Richmond, and our local Virginia home communities stand as some of the region’s best property listings. Whether you’re drawn by its charming culture or the city’s economic bounty, our new constructions in metro Richmond have much to offer interested homebuyers.
Richmond is home to a bevy of Fortune 500 players, and the city is renowned as a business hub. The city is developing an increasingly strong finance sector as well, and both SunTrust Bank and Capital One Financial Corporation maintain major centers of operation in metro Richmond. Our new homes in Richmond have a special appeal for professionals interested in fund management and investing, and the city also has a growing biotech and research presence. The local Virginia Biotech Research Park attracts a growing roster of talented scientists and technicians, and has expanded rapidly since its founding in 1995.
Richmond contains an eclectic collection of local artistic and cultural exhibits, and our Richmond home communities all lie within easy travel of the city’s most celebrated museums. Both the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Virginia Historical Society lie along Richmond’s main Boulevard, and nearby Broad Street is home to the Science Museum of Virginia. Our new homes near Richmond are also at easy travel to famous historical sites such as the Richmond National Battlefield Park, which encompasses more than thirty pivotal Civil War sites.
Located along the mid-Atlantic but inland from the colder seaboard, Richmond and its surrounding area maintain a pleasant climate year-round. While experiencing warmer summers, the area receives mild fall and winter seasons. Our Richmond real estate provides buyers with a pleasant climate during the year’s cooler months, and the surrounding countryside is lush with vegetation. Avoiding the more frigid winters visited on nearby Pennsylvania and Maryland, central Virginia’s more rustic territory remains green and verdant year-round.