Pace on Main is within walking distance of many shops, restaurants, parks, and entertainment. Located in the River District, generally consisting of the traditional central business district, historic tobacco warehouse district and manufacturing area, and contiguous areas of Danville, Virginia, this area has been the commercial and administrative heart of the city since the 1790s.
The City of Danville is in the process of implementing a development plan to revitalize the River District, which includes a pedestrian walkway along the Dan River and a number of amenities. The city envisions the site as a venue for many local fairs, festivals and other events.
Pace on Main is located in Danville’s most walkable neighborhoods. In fact, Pace on Main is better positioned to the shopping and dining options of the River District than any other apartment complex in Danville.
In addition to shopping and dining options, Pace on Main is also conveniently located nearby the following:
The 9 mile Riverwalk on the Dan may define the City of Danville for the 21st century. Historically, the Dan River was used as a catalyst for industry. Now, the river’s value rests in its natural beauty and recreational opportunities. With the ability to lure walkers, bikers and moms with strollers through parks, historic sites and businesses, this trail along the Dan River links Danville’s past to its future. For a full map of the trail, click here.
Pace on Main is also a quick drive or less than a mile walk across the bridge to the brand new YMCA facility. This facility features a swimming pool, forty cardio machines, and over 100 brand new pieces of fitness equipment. No matter your preferred method of exercise, the Pace Building puts you in a location that allows you to achieve your fitness goals. For membership information, check out the YMCA website here.
Pace on Main is also a few short blocks from the Crossing at the Dan complex. The Crossing at the Dan includes:
The Carrington Pavilion
Once known as Auctioneers Park, the Carrington Pavilion is a fully renovated outdoor amphitheater that seats nearly 1,200 people. The lawn can seat 4,000 more. Plays, concerts, and special annual events keep the Carrington humming year ‘round.
The Danville Science Center
Known for making science fun for all ages, the Danville Science Center offers hands-on exhibits and special programs. Visitors can explore aspects of science in everyday life and beyond. As a part of the Science Museums of Virginia network, Danville Science Center includes one of only a few butterfly greenhouses. Visit the Butterfly Station and Garden between April and October to meet some rare and gentle friends.
The Estelle H. Womack Natural History Collection
A special part of the Science Center is the Estelle H. Womack Natural History Collection. The exhibit includes natural history objects donated by local residents over the years. You’ll find it in the Science Station, which also serves as the local Amtrak station.
The Amtrak Crescent
Visitors can travel the Amtrack Crescent from Danville to New York or New Orleans – and all points in between.
Danville Community Market
The Community Market is home to the local farmers market, a variety of events throughout the year, and is available for community functions and private rentals.