Norfolk, VA Architecture Photos

Norfolk, Virginia has an attractive mix of modern and heritage architecture.

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Skyline of Norfolk seen from Portsmouth. Norfolk, VA.Battleship Wisconsin, Nauticus & skyline of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.Battleship Wisconsin & skyline of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.Architecture of Norfolk Half Moone cruise terminal. Norfolk, VA.
Skyline of Norfolk seen from Portsmouth. Norfolk, VA.Battleship Wisconsin, Nauticus & skyline of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA. Battleship Wisconsin & skyline of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA. Architecture of Norfolk Half Moone cruise terminal. Norfolk, VA.
Tall ship moored on waterfront of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.American Rover tour boat moored at Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.150 West Main St. & World Trade Center. Norfolk, VA.150 West Main St. & World Trade Center. Norfolk, VA.
Tall ship moored on waterfront of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.American Rover tour boat moored at Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.150 West Main St. & World Trade Center. Norfolk, VA.150 West Main St. (2002) (20 floors) & World Trade Center. Norfolk, VA. Architect: CMSS Architects, PC.
World Trade Center. Norfolk, VA.Streetscape along Boush Street. Norfolk, VA.TowneBank Building, U.S. Customhouse & World Trade Center on E. Main St. Norfolk, VA.Citizens Bank Building [aka TowneBank] with U.S. Customhouse. Norfolk, VA.
World Trade Center (1984) (9 floors) (101 West Main St.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.Streetscape along Boush Street. Norfolk, VA.TowneBank Building, U.S. Customhouse & World Trade Center on E. Main St. Norfolk, VA.Citizens Bank Building (1899) [aka TowneBank] (9 floors) (109 E. Main St.) with U.S. Customhouse. Norfolk, VA.
TowneBank Building & U.S. Customhouse beyond twisted metal sculpture. Norfolk, VA.U.S. Customhouse. Norfolk, VA.Portico of U.S. Customhouse with lamp, one of last government buildings modeled after Roman Temples. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk Waterside Marriott Convention Center l & Bank of America Center. Norfolk, VA.
TowneBank Building & U.S. Customhouse beyond twisted metal sculpture. Norfolk, VA.U.S. Customhouse (1852-8) (101 E. Main St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Classical Revival. Architect: Ammi Burnham Young. On National Register.Portico of U.S. Customhouse with lamp, one of last government buildings modeled after Roman Temples. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk Waterside Marriott Convention Center l (1991) (23 floors) (75 Atlantic St.) & Bank of America Center. Norfolk, VA. Architect: Cooper Carry, Inc..
Bank of America Center & Norfolk skyline. Norfolk, VA.Arnold B. McKinnon Building beyond Bank of America. Norfolk, VA.Confederate Monument. Norfolk, VA.Skyline of the core of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.
Bank of America Center (1968) (23 floors) (301 East Main St.) & Norfolk skyline. Norfolk, VA. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP + Williams, Tazewell & Assoc..Arnold B. McKinnon Building (1989) (20 floors) (501 East Main St.) beyond Bank of America. Norfolk, VA. Architect: Williams, Tazewell & Assoc..Confederate Monument (Main St. at Commercial Plaza). Norfolk, VA.Skyline of the core of Norfolk. Norfolk, VA.
Main St. Tower with BB&T Tower beyond. Norfolk, VA.Dominion Tower. Norfolk, VA.Bank of Hampton Roads Building. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk Federal Building. Norfolk, VA.
Main St. Tower (1994) (14 floors) (300 East Main St.) with BB&T Tower beyond. Norfolk, VA. Architect: Burrell F. Saunders.Dominion Tower (1987) (26 floors) (999 Waterside Dr.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: HKS, Inc..Bank of Hampton Roads Building (9 floors) (500 Plume St.). Norfolk, VA.Norfolk Federal Building (1979) (8 floors) (200 Granby St.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: Vosbeck, Vosbeck, Kendrick & Redinger.
Dominion Enterprises Building. Norfolk, VA.Facade of Dominion Enterprises Building. Norfolk, VA.Dominion Enterprises Building above heritage row on Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Buildings along 132-114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.
Dominion Enterprises Building (2007) (20 floors) (150 Granby St.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: CMSS Architects, PC.Facade of Dominion Enterprises Building. Norfolk, VA.Dominion Enterprises Building above heritage row on Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Buildings along 132-114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.
Victorian Building facade at 132 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade at 126 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade at 114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade with lions at 114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.
Victorian Building facade at 132 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade at 126 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade at 114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.Victorian Building facade with lions at 114 Granby St. Norfolk, VA.
Norfolk Main Library. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk Main Library entrance. Norfolk, VA.Epworth United Methodist Church. Norfolk, VA.Tower of Epworth United Methodist Church. Norfolk, VA.
Norfolk Main Library (Old City Hall) (235 E. Plume St.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: Wyatt & Nolting. On National Register.Norfolk Main Library entrance (235 E. Plume St.). Norfolk, VA.Epworth United Methodist Church (1894) (124 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: John Kevan Peebles & John Ruthven Carpenter. On National Register.Tower of Epworth United Methodist Church. Norfolk, VA.
Facade of Epworth United Methodist Church. Norfolk, VA.Freemason Street Baptist Church. Norfolk, VA.Gothic door of Freemason Street Baptist Church. Norfolk, VA.St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Norfolk, VA.
Facade of Epworth United Methodist Church. Norfolk, VA.Freemason Street Baptist Church (1850) (W. Freemason at Bank St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Thomas U. Walter. On National Register.Gothic door of Freemason Street Baptist Church. Norfolk, VA.St. Paul's Episcopal Church (1739 & 1832) (201 St. Paul's Blvd.). Norfolk, VA. On National Register.
Lynnhaven Hotel originally built for Jamestown Exhibition. Norfolk, VA.The Rotunda. Norfolk, VA.Taiwan Friendship Pavilion in Friendship Park. Norfolk, VA.Friendship Park with Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.
Lynnhaven Hotel (now James Madison Offices) (1907) (339-49 Granby St.) originally built for Jamestown Exhibition. Norfolk, VA. Architect: John Kevan Peebles.The Rotunda (415 St. Paul's Blvd). Norfolk, VA.Taiwan Friendship Pavilion in Friendship Park. Norfolk, VA.Friendship Park with Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.
Chinese roof detail of Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.Water lilly pond at Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.Dr. William B. Selden House was HQ of Federal occupation. Norfolk, VA.Dr. William B. Selden House was visited by Robert E. Lee in April 1870 after Civil War. Norfolk, VA.
Chinese roof detail of Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.Water lilly pond at Taiwan Friendship Pavilion. Norfolk, VA.Dr. William B. Selden House (1807) (351 Botetourt St.) was HQ of Federal occupation (1862-65). Norfolk, VA.Dr. William B. Selden House was visited by Robert E. Lee in April 1870 after Civil War. Norfolk, VA.
John Cary-Weston House. Norfolk, VA.Charles Rollins Grandy House. Norfolk, VA.Old Norfolk Public Library. Norfolk, VA.Minerva bust over entrance of Old Norfolk Public Library funded by Carnegie. Norfolk, VA.
John Cary-Weston House (c1870) (358 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Second Empire.Charles Rollins Grandy House (c1900) (355 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Georgian Revival.Old Norfolk Public Library (1904) (345 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Herbert D. Hale & Henry G. Morse.Minerva bust over entrance of Old Norfolk Public Library funded by Carnegie. Norfolk, VA.
A.A. McCullough Row. Norfolk, VA.Heritage house & garden. Norfolk, VA.George Wisham Roper House. Norfolk, VA.Cast iron fence of George Wisham Roper House. Norfolk, VA.
A.A. McCullough Row (338-46 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Italianate.Heritage house & garden (322 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA.George Wisham Roper House (1901) (320 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Georgian Revival.Cast iron fence of George Wisham Roper House. Norfolk, VA.
WilliamCamp & Hubard House. Norfolk, VA.Petty-Dickson House with mermaid. Norfolk, VA.246 W. Freemason St. House. Norfolk, VA.Taylor-Whittle House of Norfolk Historical Society. Norfolk, VA.
WilliamCamp & Hubard House (1852) (308 W. Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Greek Revival.Petty-Dickson House (1852) (300 W. Freemason St.) with mermaid. Norfolk, VA. Style: Greek Revival.246 W. Freemason St. House (late 19th C). Norfolk, VA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque.Taylor-Whittle House (c1790) (227 W. Freemason St.) of Norfolk Historical Society. Norfolk, VA. Style: Federal. On National Register.
Willoughby-Baylor House built by Captain William Willoughby is now Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Moses Myers House now part of Chrysler Museum. Norfolk, VA.James Wilson Hunter House museum. Norfolk, VA.Douglas MacArthur Memorial in former Norfolk court house & city hall. Norfolk, VA.
Willoughby-Baylor House (1794) (601 East Freemason St.) built by Captain William Willoughby is now Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA. On National Register. Moses Myers House (1797) (Bank at E. Freemason St.) (first Jewish settlers) now part of Chrysler Museum. Norfolk, VA. Architect: Benjamin H. Latrobe. On National Register. James Wilson Hunter House museum (1894) (240 West Freemason St.). Norfolk, VA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: W.P. Wentworth. Douglas MacArthur Memorial in former Norfolk court house & city hall (19th C) (421 E. City Hall Ave.). Norfolk, VA. Architect: William R. Singleton. On National Register.

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