If you haven’t been following along in the news and other blogs, there’s a fantastic building renovation, more like restoration, going on at the intersection of Salisbury and Hargett Streets. The modern facade that glossed over 200 South Salisbury Street is coming down and look what was underneath all this time.
I didn’t have a photo of my own but here’s the Google Streetview image dated April 2012 followed by my own similar view taken in May 2013.
In addition to the corner building there is another smaller one on West Hargett that has been restored, shown in this photo.
What once was a small office building will now have ground floor restaurant space with renovated office space above. Cheers to developer James Goodnight and his team for making this happen in downtown Raleigh.
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This is a great “addition” to downtown, even though it’s been there. I’ve heard that Ashley Christensen is opening the restaurant in the ground floor. That parking deck next to this is prime for some redevelopment as well.
What a vast improvement!
Love this! Excited to see this office space.. :)
Yes, it will be an Ashley Christensen restaurant called Death & Taxes. She talked about it during a recent CreativeMornings presentation. There will also be event space above. In the name, Taxes is from the former bank and Death is because there used to be a mortuary there.
Mind-boggling that those two pics are of the same building. Amazing.
I’d really like to see it painted a brighter color. Why everything have to be tan or grey or stucco? Everything is so neutral. Let’s bring some color downtown.
Wow! This is crazy. Good move.
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