This is part 1 of a 10 post series, rolled out all week, on residential projects in downtown Raleigh. Go here to see all the posts so far.
If you follow the news, this blog, and watch all the construction happening you may notice an ongoing theme. Residential projects are mushrooming in downtown Raleigh!
I had to take a step back and list them out in order to really get a feel for how much is going on. In recent history, it’s always felt like the list of “What’s coming” is longer than the list of “What’s being built.” Currently, downtown Raleigh is in the exact opposite situation.
Throughout the week, expect some short posts on nothing but residential projects. I’ll then end the week with projects that are coming soon.
For those that haven’t been following as closely, the result of these residential projects, a majority being rental apartments, is part of a national trend. Demographic preferences, a more mobile workforce, and access to more amenities are just a few factors that are driving this huge demand for rentals near the city center.
It is definitely time to update our downtown resident population numbers as presentations and reports seem to always stick to some 5-6,000 number for the last 10 years.
- Crash of the Resident Wave, Scaffolding is Down at The Devon (4/10) | November 10, 2021
- Crash of the Resident Wave, The Link Apartments Dig in on West Street (3/10) | June 24, 2014
- Crash of the Resident Wave, The L Apartments Showing Wood (2/10) | June 20, 2014
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