Introducing downtown Raleigh’s Union West

The multi-use development will combine transit, residential, and retail spaces in the Warehouse District.

A rendering of the Union West development.

Union West is slated for full completion in 2026.

Courtesy of Hoffman & Associates

Hoffman & Associates and GoTriangle unveiled the new name and design for the Raleigh Union Station Bus development in downtown’s Warehouse District.

Say hello to Union West, a mixed-use development that will weave together transit, residential, and retail spaces. The project’s two towers — coming in at more than 600,000 sqft — will be home to 560 apartments, including 10% affordable residences for households at 80% of the area’s median income.

A rendering of the Union West Development.

Union West will have two towers.

Courtesy of Hoffman & Associates

Union West is a joint development with GoTriangle’s Raleigh Union Station bus facility (AKA RUS Bus), which will provide a new transit hub to downtown near the train station. The planned bus depot will have eight bays for GoRaleigh and GoTriangle buses.

The project is located at at the former Dillon Supply property, and will incorporate modern design elements and the existing West Street warehouse facades into its look.

Construction has been underway since April 2022 — the transit facility is expected to open in mid-2025, followed by the first apartments in fall 2025. Union West is slated for full completion in fall 2026.

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