10th & Page
|10th & Page|
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10th & Page is a Charlottesville neighborhood named for a street intersection near the center of the neighborhood.
The 10th and Page neighborhood is one of Charlottesville's most compact neighborhoods, consisting of 83.86 acres. 
Much of the neighborhood was developed by John West, an emancipated slave who purchased land and subdivided it for African American families in the late 19th and early 20th century. The neighborhood was kept predominantly Black throughout the 20th century due to the work of people like Charles H. Brown who sought to ensure ownership stayed within African American families. 
The City worked with the Piedmont Housing Alliance to purchase thirteen single family homes for renovation. Some of these properties have been resold to individual families in the hopes of increasing a family-oriented neighborhood.[when?]
- Roosevelt Brown
- Reverend Charles Hunter Brown
- Chuck Chisolm
- Booker T. Reaves
- Benjamin Tonsler
- John West
- Document depicting locations for 10th and Page curb extensions in streetscape project funded through Community Development Block Grant
- Document depicting typical section for 10th and Page bulb-outs in streetscape project funded through Community Development Block Grant
- Document depicting plan for 10th and Page curb extensions in streetscape project funded through Community Development Block Grant
- Details of 10th and Page streetscape project funded through Community Development Block Grant
June 2020 Historic Survey
An 89-page architectural history survey was presented to the city in June 2020 by the 106 Group, a cultural resources research company. The work looked at 338 (or 344) properties, including 238 that had not been surveyed before. The result is a preliminary information form (PIF) that could be the basis of a nomination for a historic district recognized by the federal government and the Commonwealth of Virginia. This district would cover a period of construction from 1870 to 1970. 
Six of the properties are already designated in Charlottesville as individually-protected properties.
- The Rock House
- Coca-Cola Bottling Works
- Coca-Cola Building
- Monticello Dairy Building
- Southern Bakery Building
- Holy Temple Church of God
- Web. Snapshot of 2006 CCDC Neighborhood page, Web page, Charlottesville Community Design Center, retrieved September 28, 2020.
- Web. Historical survey for 10th and Page neighborhood delayed, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, November 28, 2019, retrieved November 29, 2019. Print. November 29, 2019 page A1.
- Web. Residents hesitant to support 10th and Page historical survey, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, December 6, 2019, retrieved December 7, 2019. Print. December 6, 2019 page A1.
- Web. [https://irp-cdn.multiscreensite.com/afdb0cf9/files/uploaded/RECONNAISSANCE%20ARCHETECTURAL%20HISTORY%20SURVEY.pdf 10th and Page Neighborhood Reconnaissance Architectural History Survey], Erin Que, Report, 106 Group, June 2020, retrieved December 26, 2020.
- Neighborhood page City of Charlottesville neighborhood page.
- 10th & Page on CityData.com
- 10th and Page Neighborhood Plan from 2006
- 1999 Preston Avenue Plan by Gate Pratt
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