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Riverside Residence “Xtreme Rehab” MRT March Tour

Watershed Architecture + Construction will open an active jobsite for a behind-the-scenes look at the complete transformation of a late 1940’s cottage-style home with an exceptional view of the Railway Bridge over the James River. Slated for completion in summer 2013, the original residence is undergoing top-to-bottom rehabilitation & expansion with the primary goals of enhancing landscape connections, environmental health & performance and general functionality. For more info, visit the portfolio page for this project: http://watershedarch.net/portfolio/current/riverside.

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
Cost: Free, donations to MRT accepted.
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Parking Note:  Attendees may park on nearby streets. Please be respectful of neighbors. Please Do Not park in alleyways or blocking resident driveways or access. The most open roads for on-street parking are Evelyn Byrd, New Kent, Prince Edward Road and portions of Riverside. Also take note of the road signs specific to those streets, including the altered turning/access regulations during rush hour from 4:00-6:00. Staff will be on hand to help with any parking issues you might have.
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Special guest speaker Patrick Farley of Watershed Architecture + Construction will speak at 6:15 with short Q&A following. Guests are welcome to self tour the site before & after the speaker. Contact Patrick Farley at patrick@watershedarch.net.

To attend, sign up for the tour via the MRT Facebook Event for March 13.