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This article may need to be wikified to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please help by adding relevant internal links, or by improving the article's layout. (August 2010) This article is written like an advertisement. Please help rewrite this article from a neutral point of view. For blatant advertising that would require a fundamental rewrite to become encyclopedic, use {{db-spam}} to mark for speedy deletion. (August 2010) Park Place is a neighborhood in the western-half of Norfolk, Virginia. It's boundaries are roughly Church Street on the east, Hampton Blvd on the west, the railroad tracks immediately south of 23rd Street on the south and up to (and including the southern half of) 38th Street to the north. Officially this area includes other more localized designations that include Kensington, etc. but in practice much of the area is simply referred to as Park Place.[citation needed] Park Place is a predominantly African-American neighborhood that lies directly north of the Ghent district and directly south of Colonial Place and Highland Park. The people who live there are dedicated to the community and striving to make Park Place "The Place To Be". There are many historic homes and beautiful structures, one would guess the name Park Place was derived from the huge park (Lafayette Park) with tennis court, basketball courts, softball and soccer fields and that sits at its boundaries. Park Place is also home to "Green Housing" the net-zero project designed to build sustainable living (housing that does not use energy from outside sources) housing all designed by Hampton University students who live in the neighborhood and also won the Decathlon and their architect design is being built on the mall in Washington D.C. Furthermore, Green Build It has made Park Place home with modern style and a hot tub run by solar energy Park Place is turning into "The Place To Be".