The site of the manufacturing plant

Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

A plant currently embroiled in an environmental lawsuit that's located off Atlantic Avenue and once housed a glass manufacturer and an electronics company is set for demolition.


Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

Permits have been issued for Oak & Dagger, which will be replacing Tyler's Taproom at Seaboard Station, and for continued work at Horseshoe Farm Nature Preserve, a park that's more than 20 years in the making.

Chicago, 1955

Predicting Raleigh’s Traffic

On Tuesday, Councilors discussed the City's procedures for conducting Traffic Impact Analysis studies, plus a breakdown of the types of developments for which traffic studies are always required.

The site of the new community center

Development Beat: The Oasis

The Oasis, a Muslim Community Youth Center, is set to get developed alongside a new single-family home neighborhood in Northeast Raleigh on Louisburg Road.


Development Beat: Atlantic Plaza

A new shopping center is coming to the intersection of Atlantic and Spring Forest in North Raleigh, and it's bringing with it the beloved fast-food chain Burger King.


Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

We've got two demolition projects to dive into today, including the former home of a modernist furniture store and a handful of Duke Energy warehouses in far North Raleigh.

A Union Branch & Trust. I had trouble finding pictures of their branch locations. This one's in Creedmoor

Development Beat: New Building Report

Permits have been issued for Raleigh's first retail banking location of the Greenville, NC-based Union Branch & Trust, which will be located on Mutual Court, near the intersection of Strickland and Falls of Neuse in North Raleigh.


Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

The Regal Cinemas theater at Brier Creek is set to undergo an extensive upgrade that will see luxury reclining seats installed in all 14 of its auditoriums. Plus: work begins for Wake County's newest charter school.