Live the High Life at The Rockefeller

The Rockefeller was built in the early 20th Century with funds given to the City of Norfolk by John D. Rockefeller -- yes, that Rockefeller. It was designed and built to be the most exquisite structure in the entire downtown landscape, and it was frequented by Norfolk's high society. We've spared no expense as the caretakers of this historic treasure; each step of the Rockefeller's restoration has been marked by careful choices that preserve its luxurious reputation.

Today, the beautifully restored building still occupies the geographic and cultural heart of Downtown Norfolk. Surrounded by a variety of restaurants, bars, theaters and shops, the Rockefeller is the perfect spot to hang your hat and live in a reinvigorated downtown landscape that seamlessly blends world-class arts and culture with Norfolk's unique warmth and charm. Whether you're looking for a wild night out on the town or a quiet dinner with friends, you'll find the perfect venue in your new Granby Street neighborhood.

All that being said, the very best part of living at the Rockefeller is coming home. While we've updated and modernized the interiors, we let the original, grand architecture and lighting take the spotlight. When you open the doors and step into the breathtaking lobby, you'll know you're in the right place. 

Ready to move in? Reserve your Rockefeller Apartment before the heirs of Andrew Carnegie do!