Looking for a new place to live in Raleigh? Meet Peace Raleigh Apartments, the new mixed-use development that connects the Northern Gateway to downtown Raleigh.
Located in Smoky Hollow, a historic Raleigh neighborhood currently being revitalized, the 400-unit apartment building features 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units. Bonus: Residents can choose from over 30 different floorplans and custom features, like smart home technology and upgraded kitchen appliances (hello, wine fridge 🍷). With over 604,000-sqft. of space, the building offers Raleighites a new way to shop, live + work.
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With over 30 unit types, residents get incredible views of the city with any floorplan. Luxury amenities include a 2-story indoor/outdoor fitness center, a sky terrace overlooking downtown Raleigh and a game room – featuring a custom pool table built by MetTech.
The central courtyard features a resort-style saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen and grill stations – perfect for a game-day cookout.
Residents also have access to an exclusive in-house concierge service that can help with all of life’s tasks, both big and small. The team is on call to help with everything from dog walking and pantry stocking to personal training and interior design assistance.
The interior design pays homage to the surrounding Smoky Hollow neighborhood, which Cline Design hopes to revitalize with this project and the surrounding areas like Seaboard Station. Drawing from historical landmarks nearby – including Deveraux Meadow, Raleigh’s minor league stadium – the designers mixed natural wood and greenery elements throughout the space.
Boasting preserved moss, NC reclaimed wood, cool stones and metals, the “organic modernism” decor is showcased throughout the amenity areas, creating unique gathering areas + quiet spaces throughout the building.
Local art throughout the building
Many local and NC artists contributed to the interior elements. Raleigh Reclaimed built the leasing desks and the business center’s high-top community table. They also provided a reclaimed wood beam for the concierge desk. Raleigh Slabs crafted the sliding barn doors in the clubroom. Neon artist Nate Sheaffer created a neon Peace logo sign in the coffee bar. And local artist Kluttz Thompson Designs painted the mural on the game room’s brick wall.
Home to a new downtown supermarket
The new 55,000-sqft. Publix is located on the ground floor of the building with an entrance on W. Peace St. The opening of the store remedies the food desert issues faced by surrounding areas’ residents and workforce.
West St. art installation
Who doesn’t love a great piece of art that also doubles as a background for a photoshoot? Martha Clippinger’s “Switch Point” mural is installed along the West St. side of the building. The dimensional mural offers an appealing backdrop to residents + visitors of downtown Raleigh.