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St. Paul’s Place
The Lofts
Granby Tower
The Rotunda
St. Paul’s Place
The Flats

Three downtown condominium developments will be featured stops on the walking tours of downtown Norfolk during Tidewater Builders Association’s New Home & Remodeling Show & Tour.

The show, scheduled for May 4-7 at the Scope Exhibition Hall, is designed to highlight ideas for a new home or remodeling project.

With the expansive revitalization that is currently taking place in the downtown Norfolk area, the downtown walking tours are intended to give show visitors an up-close look at urban living options at it’s best.

“People will be blown away!” remarks Jason Dodd, Vice President of Marketing for Marathon Development, builders of Granby Tower, one of the featured tour stops.
At the Granby Tower, visitors will be treated to a fully interactive display of the condominium floor plans and breathtaking bird’s eye views of the downtown area that residents of the 31-story, 300-unit luxury skyscraper will enjoy.

Tour participants will also have a chance to walk through a completely furnished one bedroom, two bathroom plus office model of a Granby Tower condominium.

Other sites on the tour include The Rotunda and St. Paul’s Place condominiums, both being developed by Wermers Development Inc.

Only 66 fortunate residents will be able to call The Rotunda home. This long-time Norfolk landmark will comprise loft-style condominiums in the heart of the downtown shopping district, adjacent to MacArthur Center.

With it’s unique circular architecture and prime location, The Rotunda will offer those on the tours a chance to see the detailed floor plans of the condominiums and large scale photographs of the stunning views that will be just outside the huge picture windows of the building.

St. Paul’s Place, located next to The Rotunda, is a community of 90 condominiums consisting of The Flats, fashioned after wealthy merchant housing from the 18th century; and The Lofts, loft-style condominiums.

Visitors will tour a completely furnished loft, showcasing a more industrial style of residence, including exposed duct work and urban décor.

Angela Swygert, Marketing Manager for Wermers Development says, “These tours will provide a unique opportunity for people to see and experience the idea of urban living; upscale, sophisticated residences with the convenience of being within walking distance of numerous retail shopes, dining establishments and entertainment venues.”

Show-goers will also have an opportunity to visit exhibit booths hosted by area remodelers and gain valuable information regarding home renovation projects. Local new home development companies, window and door experts and specialists in home renovation will all be featured at the area’s only downtown exhibit show.

Dates & Times

Thursday, May 4
6-9 p.m.

Friday, May 5
10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Saturday, May 6
10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sunday, May 7
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


Adults – $8

Active duty military & senior citizens – $7

Children under
12- Free

Bring your Cox bill on Friday, May 5 and receive $3 off
(good for up to 2 people)

Parking is available
at the Scope for $4 or at MacArthur Center
for $1.

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Official sponsors
A-Plus Builders
Big Home Shows
Cox Communications
The Virginian-Pilot

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