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The City of Norfolk land is sought by investors, businesses, developers and homebuyers because of the vast assortment of opportunities to make a profit. Located in the Coastal region, land in Norfolk is adjacent to the cities of Virginia Beach and Chesapeake. Home to about a quarter of a million residents, the city encompasses 96 square miles including 42 square miles of water. The city sits at the juncture of the Elizabeth River and the Chesapeake Bay. Naval Station Norfolk, home port of the U.S. Navy’s Fleet Forces Command, is the largest naval station in the world. The base also serves as the headquarters to NATO’s Allied Command Transformation. The area’s largest employers include the U.S. Department of Defense, Sentara Healthcare and Old Dominion University. Bordered by multiple bodies of water, Norfolk has miles of riverfront and bayfront properties that are ideal for homebuyers. There are a wealth of attractions and cultural offerings including the Chrysler Museum of Art, Nauticus National Maritime Center, the Virginia Opera and the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. Norfolk Public Schools provides K-12 public education. Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Virginia Wesleyan College and Tidewater Community College offer higher learning.