Merchant’s Square is a group of scholarly buildings inspired by English Georgian traditional architecture. They feature details such as Doric pilasters, rubbed and gauged arches, sash windows, weatherboarding and slate roofs which you might find on any traditional High Street. They make characterful but undemonstrative additions to a sensitive historic location, reinforcing rather than detracting from the setting of Colonial Williamsburg.
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Baker StreetThis is a large, mixed use development of shops and offices on Baker Street between Blandford Street and George Street. The two houses in the north are listed late Georgian
Richmond RiversideThis is a large development of offices, flats, shops, two restaurants, community facilities, underground carparks, an urban square and riverside gardens and incorporates two listed buildings. It exhibits the richness