Downtown Continues Surge Forward in 2018, Competes Nationally

Top 2 tech city in the US? Close to 200% population growth with housing units tripling in two years, and still less cost of living than Nashville, Austin or Atlanta? Downtown Raleigh it is, and last week, the Downtown Raleigh Alliance released their 2018 Annual State of Downtown Report in front of business leaders, developers and city officials of the Capital City. With a new Raleigh city council and Downtown Raleigh Alliance CEO in place, 2018 is shaping up to be an interesting time for the continued development push in central Raleigh. 2018 numbers speak for higher CBD growth even with neighbor concerns and gentrification issues. A few takeaways for your compass: Development Downtown is th

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