If she's the one serving Gelatos, we'll be in there twice a day

Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

Work begins on a new Italian Gelato spot at the Edison in downtown Raleigh, while the highly-anticipated Dram & Draught tavern on Hillsborough Street undergoes its final stages of inspection.

A photo of Dublin Springs, one of Springstone's other facilities

Development Beat: Triangle Springs Eternal

Site plans for a new psychiatric hospital in Brier Creek were recently approved by the Planning Commission, paving the way for the latest facility from Springstone, a national provider of mental health services.

rextompope

Development Beat: A New Use for the Old Rex

The former home of Rex Hospital and the current campus for the North Carolina Division of Employment Security is set to be sold for private development once due diligence on the property has been completed.

3915 Western Blvd

Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

A new restaurant for the former home of Brewmasters, a new hookah lounge for Western Boulevard and a new bottle shop on far north Capital Boulevard are but three of the fascinating subjects in today's edition of Renovation Roundup.

A street-level view of the site

Development Beat: 32-Unit Thursday

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Thursday, July 14, 2016

For those of you who've been reading all week: don't worry, the dopey, alliterative day-of-the-week titles end today. Tomorrow we're running the usual Renovation Roundup, which I briefly considered titling "Fix-Up Friday." For those of you who've been reading for even longer (thanks!) you might be surprised to learn that today's subject is *not* another new self-storage facility being planed for Raleigh. Instead, it's another small apartment complex from the Sambrick Companies, which in March began developing the new Magnolia Groves apartment complex on Louisburg Road in North Raleigh. As we reported back in March, Sambrick is a commercial realty firm with a construction division, which meant they both owned the land on which Magnolia Groves was being developed and were overseeing the actual construction of it as well.