Shockoe Bottom is a neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia with a population of 5,028. Shockoe Bottom is in Richmond City County and is one of the best places to live in Virginia. In Shockoe Bottom, most residents rent their homes. In Shockoe Bottom there are a lot of restaurants and parks. Many young professionals live in Shockoe Bottom and residents tend to lean liberal.
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Shockoe Bottom Reviews
I moved here about a month ago from Norfolk VA. After an extensive apartment search, I narrowed my scope down to the Shockoe Bottom area. The area offers all inclusive uniquely renovated apartments in a safe neighborhood for very fair prices. I love that there are lots of restaurants within walking distance, and downtown is just a few minutes away. I have close access to the interstate to get to work without a fuss. I'm very happy with my choice to live in Shockoe Bottom!
I’ve lived here for over a decade. Shocker Bottom is an entertainment hotspot! They’re numerous restaurants, bars, hotels and museums. A scenic bike trail along the canal and plenty of places to live. It’s a very lively and exciting place to live, play and visit.
Shockoe bottom is a nice, up and coming area. It's walkable and there's plenty to do. It's within walking distance of VCU medical center and the state capital, so there's no shortage of low-commute employment opportunities, either.