Email readers: This blog post has a virtual reality image. Read the post on the blog to see it. Click Here. Dillon. #downtownraleigh A post shared by Leo Suarez (@dtraleigh) on Feb 22, 2018 at 2:12pm PST I’m getting lots of love on the above photo I posted on Instagram and wanted to share it […]
Looking South down South West Street. January 2018. As a compliment to a 2016 post on North West Street, today I wanted to take a look down South West Street. West Street through downtown is becoming an important corridor and from one end to the other, there are projects taking place that may make it […]
It hit me recently during a conversation in a downtown coffee shop that The Metropolitan apartments would have seen residents moving in this month. If you don’t know the history, the project, while under construction, met an unfortunate fate and went up in flames in March of this year. The developers plan to rebuild and […]
The Dillon as seen from Hargett Street, August 2017. 2017 has really been quite a year for The Dillon, the mixed-use project in the middle of the warehouse district. While construction started last year, it’s this year that the project rose up and took shape. While the 17-story office tower component continues climbing, the lower […]
Corner of Martin and Harrington Streets, April 2017. Complementing my post earlier in the week about Raleigh Union Station, I also got a feel for the area around The Dillon and snapped some photos of the current progress. It’s going to be quite the “shot in the arm” for the warehouse district once both of […]
Email readers: This blog post has a virtual reality image. Read the post on the blog to see it. If you haven’t been by in awhile, there is a lot of activity taking place around The Dillon site. The parking deck is starting to rise up and both apartment buildings are in the beginning phases […]
Looking up at the crane over the site of The Dillon, it gives you a sense of what kind of presence the new building will be along Harrington Street. (assuming the crane is at its highest height, not to be raised later, of course)
Click for larger The Dillon Supply Company warehouse is mostly gone and the walls that are planned to be saved as part of the new development, The Dillon, have been braced up by steel supports.