Photo taken on April 14, 2013 at the corner of Lenoir and Wilmington Streets. A few days have gone by so I think it’s a good time to look back over the evolution of Charter Square now that the confidence level is higher and we may actually get a building on this site. As far […]
227 — this is where from 227 This Is Where on Vimeo. Here’s a promo video for 227 Fayetteville Street, a renovation job that will bring new office space to small startup businesses and entrepreneurs. Minus all the advertising for the building itself, the video shows off some renderings of what the spaces will look […]
Want to see a rendering of the new Raleigh downtown building at Charter Square? http://t.co/KvfcjpdSkj @RaleighWake @DowntownRaleigh April 11, 2013 1:22 pm via HootSuiteReplyRetweetFavorite @Raleigh4u James Sauls There’s some high-level info at the N&O and the TBJ but I’m sure more details will come out soon if, according to the TBJ, the groundbreaking is in […]
Here is some great news for the core of downtown Raleigh. The former Wachovia bank building at 227 Fayetteville Street, the building shown above, was recently bought up and renovations are underway for 110,000 square feet of office space. On top of that, Innovate Raleigh, Raleigh’s public/private partnership in fostering innovation, hosted an event last […]
Surprise, surprise. Another on-hold project, Powerhouse Plaza, goes the apartment route. The once planned 11-story mixed use building for Glenwood South, at the corner of West and Jones Street, was planned to have retail, office, and possibly a Hyatt hotel. The rendering for the old building still exists on Cline Design’s website so take a […]
2012 wasn’t the most exciting year for Downtown Raleigh in my opinion. When looking back, there were no signature moments that really made 2012 stand out. The only fireworks were over Fayetteville Street on July 4th and on the internet the day after. I will say that 2012 was the year of the Resident. Residential […]
A crane is up at 425 Boylan. This is one of two cranes in the area that are bringing about 400 apartments to Glenwood South.
Photo taken July 2011 I noticed this small update yesterday on the city’s development activity page. The people behind The L, the still yet-to-be built office tower on the corner of McDowell and Davie Street, are looking to change it to a residential building. This five-year-old project keeps getting extensions from the city. That’s a […]