Planning Commissioners had a packed agenda this week, and heavy storms flooded a portion of Capital Boulevard, renewing discussion of the city’s plans to purchase and demolish the buildings.
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Members of the city’s Comprehensive Planning Committee Tuesday reviewed a number of items dealing with inconsistencies between the Comprehensive Plan and the kinds of development the city has allowed to move forward. Continue Reading →
In its monthly meeting, the North Central CAC discussed transit issues and learned about a pair of upcoming community events. Continue Reading →
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Permits were issued last week for the new Beer Garden bar on Glenwood Avenue and city councilors heard that additional retail at Crabtree wouldn’t result in additional traffic.
Despite recent pronouncements of an impending acquisition, discount retailer Family Dollar continued to expand its presence in the Raleigh area over the month of July, receiving permits for new locations in both the southeast and southwest portions of the city. Continue Reading →
Raleigh City Council members got the first real look Tuesday at the schematic design for the new Moore Square bus station. Continue Reading →
The Raleigh Urban Design Center will host eight talks this fall and spring, focusing on emerging city design and planning debates. Continue Reading →
The former Kroger off of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is finally getting a new tenant – two of them actually – and a question that has been plaguing Raleighites for years now – is there anything worse than people describing the area as “Raleigh-Durham-Cary” – is finally answered. Continue Reading →
The South Central Citizens Advisory Council discussed Monday the goals and intentions of the city’s plans for the former Raleigh Business & Technology Center. Continue Reading →
The UDO remapping process has spawned questions about how the document works alongside the 2030 Comprehensive Plan. Continue Reading →
This week in the Development Beat, we take a look at two of Raleigh’s best libraries and examine some new multi-family developments proposed for North Raleigh. Continue Reading →