Pic of the Week


Pic of the Week

The L is under construction and will bring residential units to the corner of McDowell and Davie Streets. It’s kind of fun to watch it fill and be done after so many years. Six years ago, we watched the parking deck rise and heard about a stalled The L office building. But seven years ago, […]


Pic of the Week

Construction at the corner of Tucker and Glenwood Avenue. The top floor will be a Carolina Ale House.


Pic of the Week

The end of one chapter and the start of another. Clyde Cooper’s Barbecue moves out of its original location on Davie Street to a new one around the block on Wilmington Street.


Pic of the Week

A crane is up at the site of the Elan Apartments on Wilmington Street. This is one of the quietest projects I’ve ever seen with very little information about it out on the web. With the potential for many more residents on this end of Peace Street it could significantly increase the pedestrian traffic. Glenwood […]


Pic of the Week

Photo by Jennifer Wig via Raleigh Public Record For downtowners, this is the only photo that should go viral. There are a select few coffee shops and restaurants that are open during this winter storm. Enjoy it and stay safe!


Pic of the Week

A sunny, winter day along Hillsborough Street. The rotund building on Hillsborough Street that we all either love or hate has some news this week. The former Clarion hotel has now changed back to a Holiday Inn. This coincides with some renovations to the lobby, rooms, and front entrance including a new sidewalk plaza out […]


Pic of the Week

A crane for the Skyhouse Raleigh project towers over City Market. Under gray skies on the day before New Year’s Eve, there was activity on the Skyhouse Raleigh site. The tower crane was being put together, showing positive signs for active construction at the corner of Blount and Martin Streets in the new year. Here’s […]


Pic of the Week

An expansion being done at the Marbles Kid’s Museum. The Kid Grid exhibit will go here, partly thanks to a $1 million grant from ABB, Inc. The Raleigh Public Record reported on this back in July. Marbles President Sally Edwards said Kid Grid will teach children about the Smart Grid and will be a full […]


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