Monthly Archives: July 2017

Newport News has plenty of development in the pipeline.

A key focus will be Ferguson’s planned City Center at Oyster Point campus that will bring 1,400 workers, including more than 400 new employees, to the mixed-use development with the city building a 1,500-space parking garage, Mayor McKinley Price and Newport News Development Director Florence Kingston told about 50 attendees of an Urban Land Institute Virginia meeting at Christopher Newport University on Tuesday.  

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The Renewal of the Military Circle Corridor presentation

City of Norfolk officials and residents collaborated over the past two years to design a much-needed and recently adopted revitalization plan for the entire Military Circle corridor. Norfolk received a grant from the State Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment that will be used to re-envision the area as an Urban Development Area. The new blueprint calls for higher density development that incorporates principals of Traditional Neighborhood Development. Resiliency and options to expand Norfolk’s light rail system to Norfolk Naval Station are included in the adopted proposal. military-circle-vision-for-uli  

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Chair for Mission Advancement, Tara Saunders, speaks to Virginia Business

A study by the Urban Land Institute found that millennials are moving to South Hampton Roads at a faster rate than anywhere else in the country.

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