Stone, Dinkin & Amirshahi, PLC is situated on the front corner of the Columbian Block building in the historic Shockoe Slip area of downtown Richmond, VA. Cobblestone streets, trees and fountains line this cafe-rich touristy area of the city.
The Columbian Block building was erected in 1871, following the Civil War fire that destroyed much of downtown Richmond. It's recognized for it's curved front corner, sharp incline, high ceilings and oversized windows and the archetect remains unknown to this day.
The "Morgan Fountain," in Shockoe Slip served as a water source for the horses that transported goods through Richmond in the early 1900's. This landmark fountain is situated outside the entrance to our office.
We know that clients come into Stone, Dinkin & Amirshahi, PLC in often very stressful circumstances. SDA provides a warm private space where clients will find a non-judgmental and caring staff. Many clients come back years later just to visit and share their success stories.