ⓘ Danville River District

                                     

ⓘ Danville River District

The Danville River District is a development project undertaken in the early 21st century by the City of Danville, Virginia, it is aimed at revitalizing the aging Danville Historic District and Tobacco Warehouse District. In partnership with private investors and with state funding, the city is beautifying its riverfront district to add a pedestrian walkway and visitor amenities. The city envisions the area as a venue for many local fairs, festivals and other events.

                                     
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