Corner of Wilmington and Martin Street in April 2013. Looking at the latest update at Raleigh’s Current Development Activity page, there’s a new entry for The Edison Office tower. The site plan sheds more light, and hopefully a sign of progress, on The Edison, a multi-tower project planned for downtown Raleigh. In addition to the […]
This weekend, crews tore up this building at the corner of Wilmington and Martin Streets. The building was deteriorating and because of safety, the owner took this route. Sad to lose it but what can you do if no one is willing to step up and save these structures that are now unsafe to be […]
Here’s some very positive news for fans of The Edison, a multi-building development that was planned for the core downtown area. Skyhouse Apartments was up for review by the Raleigh Planning Commission yesterday, June 26, and was approved unanimously. The 264 foot tower will sit at the southwest corner of Blount and Martin Streets and […]
Now that we’re into the spring season, outdoor seating during the warmer hours is in high demand. Downtown Raleigh actually has a plentiful amount of outdoor seating options with some doing it better than others. That’s for another post but here I wanted to highlight an interesting seating situation. Take a look at the photo […]
And we’re back with more Downtown Raleigh. Actually I was working on a longer piece but this bit of news is too interesting to sit on. This comes from the great reporting at the Raleigh Public Record. Edison Plans Scaled Down, But Inching Forward via Raleigh Public Record At Tuesday October 18th’s Budget and Economic […]
Now that the parking deck is finished, with hopefully new retail to follow very soon, how long until the ‘ole girls’ meet their fate?
I very much recommend you dive into this article over at the N&O and see the rendering. Raleigh urbanites have something great to look forward to now.
About a week ago, the city council amended an agreement between the city of Raleigh, Highwoods Properties and Progress Energy to build a parking deck to support RBC plaza. They also selected Stewart Engineering to be the technical engineering rep for the parking deck. The deck will sit mid-block on Martin St. and will have […]