Bronzeville is bounded by Garfield Avenue to Center Street, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive to 7th Street.

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Recent Press Releases Referencing Bronzeville

Ald. Milele Coggs

Bronzeville Week celebration set for August 1 – 8, 2020

News release from Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs

Press Release

Center Street Wellness Grand Opening

This celebration will include complimentary yoga and NIA sessions (neuromuscular integrative action)​,​ superfood demos, a book sale, and a nutrition workshop.

Mayor Tom Barrett

Mayor Tom Barrett released the following statement regarding streetcar expansion

"Today’s decision makes it far more difficult for those benefits to ever fully reach the residents of Bronzeville, Walker’s Point and all of our other great neighborhoods."

Neighborhood Buildings

  • 1818 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr.

    VA Community Resource & Referral Center

    Learn More Veterans Affairs Community Resource Referral Center

  • 1940 N. Martin L King Jr Dr.

    1940 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Proposal. Rendering by Continuum Architects + Planners.

    Proposed three-story medical office and apartment building.

  • 2225 N. 7th St.

    2225 N. 7th St. Photo by Jeramey Jannene

  • Garfield Apartments

    Historic Garfield Apartments

    Historic 4th Street School redeveloped into apartments by a partnership of Joshua Jeffers and Melissa Goins.

  • Kindred Building

    This rendering shows how the Kindred building will look after it is redeveloped. Photo courtesy of Melissa Goins.

    The former home of Reader's Choice bookstore. Purchased by Melissa Goins' CUPED Corporation in 2017 for redevelopment into a community space for non-profits. Named Kindred Building after science fiction novel by Octavia Butler.

  • The Griot

    The Griot. Render by Engberg Anderson Architects.

    Apartment building with first-floor commercial space. Home to America's Black Holocaust Museum.

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