The downtown condo supply has been slowly rising and we all have seen new buildings open up over the past few years. Help me out with the years if I’m off but
- Palladium Plaza opened in 2007
- The Quorum Center opened in 2006
- The Dawson and The Paramount opened in 2005
- The Hudson opened in 2005 (?)
There are other buildings that have been holding it down for longer then this but 2008 has to be exciting for the downtown condo scene as we welcome four newcomers to the party. As an extension to the WRAL article that touches this, here is the list.
RBC is probably the most obvious and more unique of the group. It depends on your definition, but I think this is the first example of true high-rise living in Raleigh. Word is that all 139 condos have been sold.
The seven story, 56 unit condo building is over half sold and should also open this year. Hopefully in the near future we will see the second phase of the project, which consists of the twin being built in the back.
The website is claiming that only nine units remain available in this building as of this writing. The location cannot get any better for fans of Glenwood South. The added retail presence along the street is a big welcome also. I heard from a friend that the views from the top are excellent.
West at North
This is a spacious building with a large footprint. The residents within the 170 condos will have a rooftop pool and easy access to Glenwood South. The ground floor retail will help West St. become Glenwood’s little brother.
- The State of Glenwood South | November 10, 2021
- West Construction Update 8/07 | February 3, 2014
- Downtown Construction Updates | May 30, 2010
I think you did a fine job presenting the upcoming residential options for those who desire urban living in DT Raleigh. I would also add The Hue and The Tucker to your list, both currently under construction. They may have a long way to go before completion, but they are definitely under way.
I have not forgotten about The Hue or The Tucker at all. I was just highlighting condo projects that will open this year.
Perhaps a follow-up post for 2009 and beyond is needed. Thanks, RaleighMSA!
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