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Park Place / Historic Railroad District / 35th Street

US / Virginia
Listed By: Virginia Film Office
Location ID: #009-10125046
The Park Place Historic District is a national historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005 and enlarged in 2017.[1] It encompasses 1,525 contributing buildings, 2 contributing sites, and 5 contributing structures in the Park Place neighborhood of Norfolk. It is an example of streetcar suburban development in Norfolk during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The neighborhood includes a variety of commercial, residential, industrial, and institutional buildings in a variety of popular styles including the Queen Anne and Shingle Style. Notable buildings include Batchelder and Collins (1904), J. W. Gamage and Son (1910), National Linen Service (1941), Best Repair Company (1938), Rosna Theater (1942), Newport Plaza and Theater (1930), Park Place Baptist Church (1903), Church of the Ascension (1915), Christian Temple (1922), Park Place Methodist Church (1949), Knox Presbyterian Church (1940), the Touraine (1915), Colonial Hall Apartments (1925), and Camellia Court (1914).[3] . Click here for additional info.

Location Category:

  • AUDITORIUMS / THEATERS - [general]
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  • AUDITORIUMS / THEATERS - Arts Centers / Stages
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  • AUTOS / VEHICLES - [general]
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  • AUTOS / VEHICLES - Repair Shops / Garages
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  • BARS - Breweries / Micros
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  • BARS - Sports Bars
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  • BRIDGES - [general]
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  • BUSINESSES / BUILDINGS - [general]
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  • BUSINESSES / BUILDINGS - Pawnbrokers
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  • CITIES / TOWNS - [general]
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  • HOUSES - [general]
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  • HOUSES - Neighborhoods
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  • INDUSTRIAL - [general]
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  • INDUSTRIAL - Warehouses
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  • PARKS - [general]
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  • PARKS - Zoos / Animal Parks
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  • RESTAURANTS / EATERIES - [general]
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  • RESTAURANTS / EATERIES - Cafes / Coffee Shops
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  • TRAINS / RAILROADS - Bridges / Tunnels

Architecture Style:

  • 1920s - 1930s
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  • 1950s

Location Address


Norfolk, VA
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Contact Details

Virginia Film Office
Richmond, VA
Phone: 804.545.5530
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