Pic of the Week


Pic of the Week

Fencing is going up around Moore Square making it officially closed for the renovation. Art should be placed along the fencing soon as a way to keep the area looking lively. 


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10 Arros Townhomes, October 2017 Here are the 10 Arros townhomes being built along New Bern Avenue. With all 10 “arros” basically built up, you can get a sense of their presence onto the street. It’s a nice change from the empty parking lot, wide openness to a more comfortable, urban-fringe kind of presence. I […]


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These townhouses along Chavis Way are starting to rise up. This project, called The Ware, is located next to Transfer Company, a renovation of Stone’s Warehouse into a food hall and grocery. In addition to the photo, I have a surround shot embedded below. This is the corner of Chavis Way and Davie Street. If […]


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Marbles Kids Museum has purchased some property nearby with plans to expand. The building adjacent to the courtyard next to Marbles will be home to the expansion. This comes in addition to their plans for another courtyard at the corner of Morgan and Blount Street. Marbles is a huge asset to downtown Raleigh and there […]


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Looks like it is actually happening after so many years. Moore Square will close down this November and the redesign takes place throughout 2018.


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Townhomes on West Street The townhomes called West + Lenoir are taking shape along West Street. The units are almost all sold at the time of this writing.


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Dirt is moving at the site of Boylan Flats, the five-story, 48-unit residential building along Boylan Avenue. (615 N Boylan) From what I’ve seen out there, this development is quieter than most with no released real estate info at this point in time. (and no approval drama either) It’ll be interesting to see the layout […]


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Corner of Hillsborough Street and Glenwood Avenue Construction fencing is in place along Glenwood Avenue between Hillsborough and Morgan Street. That probably means demolition will take place soon to make way for construction on One Glenwood, the 10-story office building with ground-floor retail. There’s also fencing along Morgan, across the street from the site, at […]


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