In a press release sent out last week, Kane Realty Corporation and Williams Realty & Building Company are announcing a new development for their property along North West Street. We recently highlighted a couple of things in planning for this street here on the blog so I encourage readers to jump back if they haven’t seen it.
From the press release:
The project is expected to provide 400+ Class-A residential units and retail above covered parking.
Residents of downtown, Glenwood South and adjoining neighborhoods will enjoy pedestrian and vehicular access to retail, and the Project’s own residents will enjoy separate parking, two clubrooms, an interior courtyard, and an elevated terrace overlooking Downtown Raleigh, in addition to many more Class-A amenities.
This is most likely the talked about Smokey Hollow project mentioned elsewhere on the internets, a nod to the former neighborhood that was wiped out by the urban renewal projects of the mid-1900s that brought us the elegant Capital Boulevard. In the Google map below, the project is on the site of the Southland Ballroom and Themeworks buildings.
[UPDATE: After confirming with Kane Realty, this project is meant for the corner of Peace and West street, as some of the commenters had pointed out.]
- Plans for Smokey Hollow Phase 2 Bring More Residential and Office to Glenwood South | November 2, 2018
- The Smoky Hollow Neighborhood May Be Making a Comeback | March 6, 2017
- Smokey Hollow Phase 3 Wants to Bring Signature Tower to Peace Street | July 22, 2019
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