Tidewater Gardens residents take first step toward being moved for redevelopment



The first wave of families who will be moved out of public housing to make way for redevelopment in the St. Paul’s area were given notice Wednesday at a community meeting.

The St. Paul’s area is made up of three neighborhoods with 1,700 units of public housing spread across 200 acres near downtown. The 1950’s-era public housing communities will be razed in the coming decades and rebuilt as a mixed-income neighborhood...

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