Ward Street focuses on a neighborhood in Greenville, North Carolina which exists within the city’s plans for revitalization. Ward Street has a population with high poverty, low income, substandard housing, and damage to buildings from flooding and fires. Over thirty percent of Greenville’s population lives in poverty. The West Greenville Revitalization Plan strives to revive neighborhoods in states of decline by identifying structures in need of rehabilitation, preserving historic buildings, and improving culture and character in these communities. These plans include making space for specialized businesses and new housing structures. While the area is in disrepair, there are not articulated plans for what will happen if people are displaced through eminent domain or increased rent. This leaves room for echoing thoughts of gentrification. This photographic series documents this community in its current state, where plans for revitalization loom overhead.