Storefront emerged in 2011 when Councilwoman Cynthia Newbille pushed to make home and business redesign accessible to residents in her district’s historic neighborhoods. They now run four programs: architects and designers offer home update consulting; facilitators help communities develop a redevelopment plan at the grassroots level; community partners provide design education; and the MOB (Middle Of Broad) studio assists storefront revision with custom projects planned by VCU students. Storefront is currently involved in ensuring community input for the City Stadium Project.

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Ryan Rinn, Executive Director of Storefront

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