NORFOLK, Va. — Harbor’s Edge, an independently owned continuing care retirement community in Norfolk, has started construction of a previously announced 24-story tower on its campus.
Dallas-based architecture firm Three designed the new building, named River Tower, which expands the community’s offerings across the continuum of care — independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. The expansion is already more than 85 percent pre-leased.
The 147-unit project is scheduled to open in 2021. According to the Norfolk Pilot, the 265-foot-tall tower will be Norfolk’s second tallest building.
The project’s contractor is W.M. Jordan of Newport News, and other project team members include the Clark Nexsen as engineer of record and interior design by StudioSIX5.