Design Collective was engaged by the Community Builders, together with the Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority, to prepare a master plan for the redevelopment of Moton Circle, a former public housing site. As part of the planning and community outreach process, the master plan considered the broader context of Broadcreek, including the East Princess Anne corridor, the new Kroc Center, redevelopment and/or renovation of key school sites, and connections to nearby neighborhoods, Broad Creek Park, Ballentine Blvd, and Virginia Beach Blvd. Key neighborhood-wide plan recommendations included a new mixed-use village center, transformation of Princess Anne into a Complete Street, a greater mix of housing types, and improved street, pedestrian and bicycle connectivity.
The master plan for the Moton Circle site suggests a residential component with a mix of new public housing, affordable rental housing, and market rate rental and for sale single-family homes, to create a truly integrated and mixed-income neighborhood. The planning process included several community workshops, and input from key city, elected, and area stakeholders. In addition to the master plan for Moton Circle, Design Collective also provided architectural schematic design, unit designs, rendered elevations of housing options, illustrative plans and landscape design.
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