Architects reveal their vision for where Tidewater Gardens now sits

Published July 18, 2018

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The vision for what downtown Norfolk’s St. Paul’s area could look like became clearer Wednesday as architects revealed their latest sketches.

Architects with Torti+Gallas have been meeting with Tidewater Gardens residents all week to draft the framework for what will replace the aging 618 unit 1950’s era public housing neighborhood.

The community that sits just opposite 264 from Harbor Park is the first phase of a nearly 200-acre redevelopment. For more information visit wavy.com