After 5 years of keeping the doors open at The Highpoint, we are announcing our final show in the Blackburn Gallery. Observations in No Man's Land: Images From a Changing Arctic features work by our good friend Derek Coté. Gallery hours will be 1-6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday running from January 13th, through March 17th, 2023. Get the details.
The Highpoint in Richmond, Virginia, is a community offering dedicated offices, workshops, workspaces, and studio spaces for creative professionals.
The renovated building has 16,000 square feet over two floors, with studios ranging from approximately 100 sq ft all the way up to 1,700 sq ft. It has been designed with a variety of spaces to fit the needs of tenants ranging from artists to architectural firms.
People who come to find their professional home at the Highpoint are renting more than just a space, they are investing in a place that is owned, operated and occupied by like-minded professionals who understand their needs for stability and a safe, convenient location. It is a place where people can grow their business in an environment where community is cultivated through relationships and time.
See a list of the Highpoint Richmond's tenants below.
Located in Scott's Addition at 3300 West Broad Street on the corner of Broad and MacTavish, the Highpoint is an Art Moderne structure with curved forms and long horizontal lines. It was originally designed by Louis W. Ballou in 1939 to first house Curles Neck Dairy Sales & Distribution.
A stone's throw away from Carytown and the I-95/64/195 nexus, the Highpoint is conveniently located for all of the Richmond Metro area.
Most of the downstairs is wheelchair accessible, with 4 bathrooms and 1 disabled parking space available in the rear of the building.
Walkability score is 91 and very bikeable, with racks in the back and on the side of the building.
Bus number 50 westbound stops at Broad at McTavish, stop ID 448, and at eastbound at Broad and Tilden, stop ID 487. To plan your trip on the Greater Richmond Transit System (GRTC) go to ridegrtc.com. You can also use bus 76, GRTC Pulse, and 20 Orbital to reach the building.
Parking is on-street in the area around Scott's Addition.
Get walking, biking, bus, and driving directions with google maps.
Images From a Changing Arctic features work by Derek Coté.
January 13th, through March 17th, 2023
Gallery hours: Wednesday through Friday 1 pm - 6 pm and by appointment.
3300 West Broad St, Richmond, Virginia
The Highpoint exhibits artwork in both the Blackburn Gallery and Event Space, and in the halls of the East Wing. You will find us at 3300 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia.
See our ground floor plan or upper floor plan for locations.
Watch The Highpoint Richmond youtube for features on the building and the tenants of the Highpoint.