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Cannonball Music Hall will join Salvage Yard’s lineup in late 2024 and will add music to the entertainment district as well as a space for burgeoning bands.
The $2.5 million project will add to Dix Park’s growing landscape. This creative infrastructure will begin construction early 2024.
City Editor Cat recently popped over to Lake Boone Shopping Center to check out what’s new and coming soon, and to try a few established eateries.
Thanks to a $100,000 grant from a tech giant, Wi-Fi-enabled benches will be installed in Dix Park. These will foster connectivity and accessibility at the historic park.
For eight weeks, Raleigh will get to experience Miami’s luxury Bal Harbour Shops through a new traveling venture called Bal Harbour Shops ACCESS Pop-up.
We broke down the Downtown Raleigh Alliance’s quarterly report on the state of downtown. Read the highlights of the Q3 downtown Raleigh report.
From a small downtown gathering space to a 300-acre $20 million project, the City of Oaks has six anticipated park projects that’ll make you want to explore the outdoors.
The City of Raleigh is reimaginging a historic alley in the Warehouse District near The Pit and Raleigh Denim Workshop. Commerce Place could be home to public art, streeteries, and more in the future.
The RDU Airport Authority recently approved a $31 million contract for final designs of its Landside Expansion Plan of Terminal 2, which is on track to begin construction in early 2025.
Raleigh Union Station Bus Facility, or RUS Bus, will include a multi-use development combining transit, residential, and retail spaces in the Warehouse District.
Whether you’re new to NC or have been a Raleigh resident for years, celebrate all that Midtown has become at the annual State of Midtown event.
Loden Hospitality plans to bring street-level retail, restaurants, housing options, and a swanky hotel to the historic Moore Square district.
Efficient public transportation is coming to Raleigh in the form of Bus Rapid Transit. The first corridor will be along New Bern Avenue and connect downtown to east Raleigh quickly with construction set for late 2023.
Umbrella Dry Bar will fill Garland’s iconic downtown shuttered space with Raleigh’s first-of-its-kind zero-proof bar and a retail space this winter.
The NC budget outlines funding for state-backed projects, including colleges, infrastructure, and other important aspects of NC’s government.
The City of Raleigh staff is entering into negotiations with Omni Hotels & Resorts to help develop the 550-room Omni Raleigh Hotel in downtown.
Step Up is a nonprofit addressing homelessness with a Housing First model. Wake County is working with Step Up to create 500 affordable housing units in the county and area.
According to the Downtown Raleigh Alliance report, since 2015, $7.1 billion has been in the downtown development pipeline.
The section of Hillsborough Street that intersects with Blue Ridge Road and passes the NC State Fairgrounds is open in a temporary pattern that should be finalized in late 2024.
A new study from details the impact of Wake County’s trees in the area and how we can to grow into an even better and greener county.
There are so many businesses new or coming soon to the Village District like Coastal Urge, Shake Shack, and Studio Volare. Keep reading for more updates to the historic district.
Wake County leaders approved of a loan of more than $5.7 million to go toward constructing 144 affordable apartment units outside of downtown Raleigh.
321 Coffee was created at NC State by co-founders Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans, and is now opening a Centennial Campus location.
Hospitality tax dollars will be allocated for a new Raleigh Convention Center building, a Red Hat Amphitheater move, and funding for a Cary indoor sports facility.
The proposed RDU quarry adjacent to Umstead State Park will move forward, following a recent court ruling.
Kane Realty Corporation unveiled new renderings, details, and a new name for its multi-phase development called Rockway Raleigh located near Dix Park.
Raleigh-founded tech company Bandwidth opened the doors to its new campus Friday, Aug. 4. The global HQ features plenty of fun employee amenities and state-of-the-art office spaces.
Since 1995, Cafe Carolina and Bakery has been serving up fresh baked goods, deli sandwiches, and well-dressed salads. They’re closing up this location, but reopening just steps away soon.
Members of the community are invited to help create Dix Park’s cultural interpretation plan, an endeavor to acknowledge the history of the park and approach it with sensitivity, one of the first of its kind.
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