Pic of the Week
Here’s a photo (click for larger) through the construction fencing at the GoRaleigh Transit Station. You can see the foundation (if that’s the correct term) for the bathrooms on the left and the start of the crew kiosk in the center. The kiosk will have the ticketing/information window, the office for the crew and security. […]
Construction site for the future Residence Inn. The future Residence Inn is showing a few floors of progress here on Salisbury Street. The nine-story hotel comes after years of delays and changes so it’s great to see this moving.
The renovation of the Albemarle Building is well underway. The project on Salisbury Street is part of the governor’s Project Phoenix, a plan to upgrade the state government complex in downtown Raleigh. This renovation may or may not have a big impact on the surrounding area. A modern office upgrade isn’t going to create new […]
Demolition is taking place at The Dillon. The former brick warehouse is coming down to make way for the mixed-use project that will include apartments and a 17-story office tower.
The future Raleigh Union Station has been stripped down to its steel bones. The renovation of the former warehouse building for Raleigh’s new train station is creating a flurry of activity at the south end of West Street in the Warehouse District. The new station is scheduled to open in 2017.
A crane has shown up at the construction site of the future Residence Inn hotel on Salisbury Street. The image above shows a view down Salisbury in front of the Raleigh Convention Center. The hotel will be seen above the front courtyard of the convention center when it tops out in the future.
This past weekend, the Levin-Tarlton house was moved from it’s home at 208 North Harrington Street to it’s new home at 414 New Bern Avenue. The good folks at Monarch Property Co. were behind the move. This makes way for the upcoming Greyhound Apartments that are planned for the Harrington Street site. Below, I’ve embedded […]
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.