The former Milner Inn & Foxy Lady

Development Beat: Future Demolition Friday

The City awarded a demolition contract this week for the teardown of the Capital Inn on Capital Boulevard, the latest in a series of structures in a flood-prone section of Capital to be acquired and torn down by the City in recent years.

North Haven Church

Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

We take a look at a soon-to-be-demolished duplex in south Raleigh’s South Park neighborhood, plus the teardown of a small storage building at a North Raleigh church.

This looks like the kind of place Soul Reapers would meet to worship

Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

Is downtown Raleigh getting its first movie theater in more than 30 years? No, but it will be getting a new bodega. Plus: work begins on the Pharmacy, which will be located on the first floor of the Gramercy Apartments in Glenwood South, and sitework permits have been issued for the new Soul Reapers Worship Center.

The Ateb HQ

Development Beat: Time My Meds Thursday

A look at the recent expansion of the Raleigh headquarters of Ateb Inc., a provider of “pharmacy-based patient care solutions” which correlates with a recent growth in customers: more than 1,000,000 pharmacy patients now use Ateb’s “Time My Meds” medication synchronization solution.

2912 Wake Forest Road in April 2016

Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

We take a look at two long-expired demo permits: one on Hillsborough at the site of a new mixed-use apartment complex, and another at an old site at 2912 Wake Forest that was torn down years ago. Plus: a new demo permit was issued for a fire-ravaged apartment building near the Crabtree Valley Mall.