Pic of the Week
Demolition was taking place last week in front of the future Raleigh Union Station site. The smaller warehouse in front was planned to be removed for a grand entrance plaza for the train station. Below is a rendering of that entrance plaza.
A few of downtown’s music venues have this new parking zone out front for musicians.
The Edison Lofts, corner of Blount and Davie Streets The Edison Apartments, or more officially the Edison Lofts (official website), are coming along. No reason this project isn’t wrapped up this year, hopefully in the first half. They are now pre-leasing units. The Edison Apartments, corner of Wilmington and Davie Streets
Click for larger Last night was the launch party for The Dillon. Outside of the local beer, food, and networking this model may have been the highlight. When you stare at the current Dillon Supply warehouse in the bottom left of the photo it gives you a sense of the real size of this project.
I apologize for the bad quality photo but this was more a drive-by snap. Foundation work is starting on the Residence Inn on Salisbury Street and I wanted to throw up this quick post to show that this project is now underway.
In case you haven’t seen it, the facade upgrade on One Hanover Square is finished. The columns from the previous build were removed and the outdoor space feels much larger. It gives City Plaza a modern feel as it more matches the renovations that took place to the plaza, especially the light towers.
600 Block of South Salisbury Street A construction trailer is set up across the street from the future Residence Inn site at approximately 600 South Salisbury Street. Could we start seeing site clearing soon to make way for the new hotel? Hat tip to the RalCon commenters for pointing this out.
The Link Apartments on the corner of West and Jones Street is nearing completion. At the leasing office, I ran into someone that told me they could start having residents move in as early as this month but there are some floors that aren’t finished yet. We’ll check back in when the sidewalks are done […]