Part 5: Future Warehouse District Redevelopment continued...
In Downtown Raleigh, Warehouse District development started off slow but gradually picked up pace in the past few years. The question remains though, what plans for continued development exist? For answers, the City has proposed 2 Options, see the 2nd below! Option 2 is quite frankly my favorite plan. The highrise hotel, office and educational development around and across the street from the Duke Performing Arts Center remain as seen in Option 1. The difference though is t
Part 5: Future Warehouse District Redevelopment!
In Downtown Raleigh, Warehouse District development started off slow but gradually picked up pace in the past few years. In the south section, the addition of the Raleigh Convention Center brought business clout and prestige to the district. Across the road, the new Red Hat Amphitheater filled an entertainment/music venue desperately needed downtown while the renovated and redesigned Contemporary Art Museum in the west sector filled out the creative vibe for the district. T
Part 4: R-Line Redevelopment
The R-Line is Downtown Raleigh's free transportation circulator. The hybrid electric buses run every 15 minutes and efficiently cover the hotspots and sectors of downtown. Future needs address increased stops, shorter trips and bi-direction service. Take a look at the two options Downtown Raleigh is considering. See below for The R-Line Now: The R-Line Future 1: and The R-Line Future 2: - Capital Compass
Part 3: Glenwood South Redevelopment
In Downtown Raleigh, Glenwood South has quickly transformed from its own separate night life sector of town to a thriving 24/7 resident heavy "downtown district." Glenwood South has the majority of future apartment development in Raleigh, so it's only fitting that the City plan for more density and pedestrian friendly development. See below for Glenwood South Now: and Glenwood South Future: - Capital Compass