Hampton Roads: Norfolk’s St. Paul’s Community: The Transformation of People and Place
October 23, 2018
3:30 – 4 pm – Registration
4 – 5 pm – Presentation
5 – 6:30 pm – Reception
235 E. Plume Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
Community Engagement Room, 6th Floor
Non Members $50
Onsite Registration fees increase by $10
Pre-registration fees based on RSVPs received prior to or on the October 22nd deadline.
Steve Morales, Project Director, Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority
Susan L. Perry, Ph.D., Special Assistant to the City Manager for Poverty Reduction and Community Initiatives
Thomas M. Gallas, Chief Executive Officer, Torti Gallas & Partners
The City of Norfolk and Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority are partnering to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by rebuilding the area now known as the St. Paul’s Area to improve resilience of both human capital and environment. This 250-acre redevelopment will not only seek to transform the physical structures present, but also the lives of the 1,400 families living there. A new diverse mixed-use development accommodating Norfolk residents of all income levels is being finalized. The program’s speakers will discuss details of this new plan.
Directions & Parking Details:
Slover Library is located in beautiful downtown Norfolk on the corner of Plume and Atlantic Street near MacArthur Square and the MacArthur Memorial.
The library is easily reached via I-264
-Exit City Hall Avenue and head west three blocks and turn left on Bank Street and right on Plume Street
-Continue to Waterside Drive and turn right at Atlantic Street and proceed two blocks
Parking is available at MacArthur Center, city parking garages, or on-street metered parking. You can also take light rail to the MacArthur Station stop and the library is located across the street. For additional parking details, click here.
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