GALLERY: See proposed plans for land around Harbor Park

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Norfolk's redevelopment strategy for various postindustrial sites looked at areas around the Baseball Stadium, along I-264 between Brambleton Avenue, Park Avenue, Tidewater Drive, City Hall Avenue and E. Main Street. (Chris Omahen/WAVY-TV)

(Brett Hall)

The overal U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Project focuses on what could be developed in the area around and Harbor Park (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.) 

The City of Norfolk hopes to evenutally have no development be built on the banks of the Elizabeth River. (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)

City planners propose turning the site of the former Upton Storage Company Building into a park until further decisions can be made. (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)

The City of Norfolk includes plans for an outdoor ampitheater as part of its U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Project (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)

The City of Norfolk included plans to extend Park Avenue to Tidewater Drive as part of the city's U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Project (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)

The City of Norfolk hopes to reconnect Norfolk State University to Harbor Park. Renderings show a proposed NSU Co-Op as part of the city's U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Project (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)

Renderings place a community center with green space where a the City Hall South parking guarge currently stands. The picture is part of the city's U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Project (Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc.)