Public housing predicament: How will Norfolk families being relocated, on wait list find housing?

04.04.2019

 

Over the next couple of years, the sight of Downtown Norfolk will change.

The city has plans to redevelop the St. Paul's area by tearing down three public housing communities, starting with Tidewater Gardens. It houses 618 families and was built in the mid-1950s....

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