Granby Street was a major commercial district in Norfolk before suburban shopping centers lead to it’s decline in the twentieth century. The Granby Street Mall was an concept that was hoped to revitalize the district, however turning the street into a pedestrian road accelerated the area’s decline.
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Cities and towns -- Virginia -- Norfolk; Shopping centers -- shopping malls;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Norfolk: Granby Mall" (1985). Browse All. 562.
city blocks, retail, shops, shopping malls