Raleigh developments we’re watching

What new developments are you curious about in The City of Oaks?

An industrial bike rack that reads "Raleigh Depot."

The front facade of The Raleigh Depot will be preserved.

Photo by RALtoday

With Raleigh constantly growing and undertaking new developments, our skyline is about to see major changes in the next few years. ICYMI, here are some developments we’re watching:

  • Holiday Inn | Tidal Real Estate plans to open a 20-story mixed-use development and hotel in place of the circular building in late 2025.
  • Char-Grill | Plans include tearing down the original Char-Grill and reincorporating it into the new mixed-use building.
  • Seaboard Station | City Council approved zoning conditions to preserve at least 50% of the building’s facade or to allow a third party to relocate the building — if neither of the two options are executed, construction will be limited to seven stories.
  • The Raleigh Depot | Two 20-story mixed-use developments were approved to be built at 327 W. Davie St. + 320 W. Cabarrus St., with the building’s front facade to be preserved.

What Raleigh developments are you curious about? Let us know.

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