The Mahoneys were among Richmond's most prominent developers in the late nineteenth century, and Ryan ran one of the largest construction companies. This unusual grouping is unified by a continuous porch structure across the length of the row. The end buildings have false pedimented gables and the center units are articulated as one-and-one-half-story structures with a mansard roof.
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