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Family & Community Housing

Naval Station (NAVSTA) Norfolk Housing Service Center (HSC)
7924 14th St.
Norfolk, VA 23505-1217
Hours:  Mon-Fri 0700-1600
DSN:  565-2802/2850, Fax:  565-6935
Commercial:  (757) 445-2802/2850, Fax:  (757) 445-6935

Email:  NorfolkHousing@navy.mil

Unaccompanied Housing

Commercial:  (757) 391-8517

After hours, contact on-call personnel at (757) 402-0090. 

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HOMES.mil is a new official Department of Defense (DoD) website dedicated to helping Service Members, families and DoD civilians find housing.  Listings for NAVSTA Norfolk can be found on HOMES.mil under Hampton Roads.

Must Know

The Navy HSC, building SDA 337, is open Monday through Friday (except federal holidays) from 0730 until 1600, in the Personnel Support Mall which is located off Baker Street on Hampton Boulevard.  This is the consolidated HSC for all housing installations located in the Norfolk, VA area.  Lincoln Military Housing is located in the same building.  The household goods office, Fleet and Family Service Center and Navy Lodge are within walking distance.

Customers receive an array of housing assistance to help simplify their home search.  Services include the following: 

  • Permanent change of station (PCS) housing check-in. 
  • Process government housing applications and make assignments. 
  • Maintain a current government housing wait list available to view in the lobby. 
  • Rental Partnership Program (RPP) assistance for housing on the economy at reduced rent. 
  • Extensive available property list from various combined military and civilian resources. 
  • Lease and purchase agreement counseling. 
  • Counseling for special needs. 
  • How to buy, sell or manage property workshops.  These informative workshops are scheduled routinely. 
  • Landlord/tenant counseling and mediation to help resolve complaints. 
  • Telephones, photocopy and facsimile machines are available without charge. 
  • Library containing departure housing information to help Service Members and their families plan for a new duty station.

 

Estimated Wait Times for Family Housing (# of Months)

Type

E1-E3

E4-E6

E7-E9

O4-O5

2-Bedroom

0-1

0-1

N/A

N/A

3-Bedroom

0-9

0-9

0-9

3-9

4-Bedroom

0-9

0-9

0-9

3-18

5-Bedroom

18-24

18-25

18-24

12-18

Average Community (Off-Base) Housing Costs - Rentals

Type

Deposit

1-BR

2-BR

3-BR

4-BR

5-BR

Utilities

Apartment

1 Month

824

950

1446

1536

N/A

N/A

Condominium

1 Month

996

1184

1636

1919

N/A

N/A

Townhouse

1 Month

834

1093

1284

1562

2080

N/A

House

1 Month

824

1000

1484

1800

2150

N/A

 

Average Community (Off-Base) Housing Costs - Purchase

Type

2-BR

3-BR

4-BR

5-BR

Utilities

Condominium

153,000

256,000

300,000

N/A

N/A

Townhouse

128,000

170,000

283,000

N/A

N/A

House

95,000

272,000

275,000

336,000

N/A



Unaccompanied Housing Overview

Intrepid Hall (KJ)
Intrepid Hall was built in 1939 and named after the Aircraft Carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11).  It is a two-story brick building renovated with fresh paint, new carpet and furniture in May 2007.  There are 38 rooms with a housing capacity for 120 beds.  All rooms are equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and each resident is provided a desk and chair.  The designated smoking area is a gazebo at the rear of the building.  There is a lounge on each floor equipped with cable TV and WiFi internet access and a laundry facility on each floor equipped with washers, dryers and a mounted cable TV.  Surveillance cameras are in operation throughout the facility for security purposes.

Constellation Hall (KK)
Constellation Hall was built in 1939 and named after the Aircraft Carrier USS Constellation (CV-6).  It is a two-story brick building renovated with fresh paint, new carpet and furniture in 2007.  There are 38 rooms with a housing capacity for 120 beds.  All rooms are equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and each resident is provided a desk and chair.  There is a lounge on each floor equipped with cable TV and WiFi internet access and a laundry facility on each floor equipped with washers, dryers and a mounted cable TV.  The designated smoking area is in a gazebo at the rear of the building.  Surveillance cameras are in operation throughout the facility for security purposes.

Independence Hall (KL)
Independence Hall was built in 1939 and named after the Aircraft Carrier USS Independence (CV/CVA-62).  It is a two-story brick building renovated with fresh paint, new carpet and furniture in 1995.  There are 28 rooms with a housing capacity for 55 beds.  All rooms have a private bath and are equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and each resident is provided a desk and chair.  There is a lounge on each floor equipped with cable TV and WiFi internet access and a laundry facility on each floor equipped with washers, dryers and a mounted cable TV.  The designated smoking area is in a gazebo at the rear of the building.  Surveillance cameras are in operation throughout the facility for security purposes.

Lexington Hall (KM)
Lexington Hall was built in 1939 and named after the Aircraft Carrier USS Lexington (CV-16).  It is a two-story brick building renovated with fresh paint, new carpet and furniture in May 2005.  There are 28 rooms with a housing capacity for 55 beds.  All rooms have a private bath and are equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and each resident is provided a desk and chair.  There is a lounge on each floor equipped with cable TV and WiFi internet access and one laundry facility on each floor equipped with washers, dryers and a mounted cable TV. The designated smoking area is located in a gazebo at the rear of the building.  Surveillance cameras are in operation throughout the facility for security purposes.

Enterprise Hall (IB)
Enterprise Hall was constructed in 1997 and named after the Aircraft Carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-65), the first nuclear powered carrier.  It is a five-story facility last renovated with cosmetic upgrades in 2006.  This building has 244 rooms with a housing capacity for 488 beds.  All rooms have private baths and are equipped with a refrigerator and microwave; each resident is provided a desk and chair.  There is a lounge located on the second and fourth floors equipped with cable TV and WiFi internet access, a laundry room on each floor with mounted cable TVs and one gym located on the fifth floor.  Elevators are available for residents’ convenience.  The designated smoking area is in a gazebo at the rear of the building.  Surveillance cameras are in operation throughout the facility for security purposes. 

Related Links

Military Homes Today
Military Homes Today is the official site of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) Partners.

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