Inside Ledbury’s new Richmond headquarters, store
Menswear brand Ledbury has found a new home in Richmond’s Arts District.
The Richmond-based retailer, best known for its dress and casual shirts, recently moved its headquarters and storefront from Shockoe Bottom to 315 W. Broad St. It is occupying 11,700 square feet of space — three floors out a four-floor building. The building, owned by Presidents’ Walk Properties LLC, previously housed apartments. Ledbury hired Richmond-based SMBW to lead the design and architecture.
The first floor houses Ledbury’s 2,000-square-foot retail store, triple the size of its old retail shop in Shockoe Bottom.
The retail store includes a made-to-measure shirt making lounge. This allows clients to choose from an existing pattern that's tailored to a customer’s size and made in Europe. It also has a bespoke production workshop, which has moved from the company’s Patterson Avenue store, where tailors create custom shirts by hand.
The second and third floor is being used as Ledbury’s office space.
The new location also includes an outdoor courtyard and a parking lot for customers.