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"Will be the first energy positive, high-rise building in the United States" that "will produce more energy than it consumes."

Will have an exoskeleton of roof- and wall-mounted photovoltaic panels along with a ground-sourced, geothermal energy storage system. He projects the building will be 60 percent more efficient than comparable buildings in the region.
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Groundbreaking set for July with a 2018 completion.

This building looks awesome. Raleigh really has some quality projects going up.
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Hillsborough between West and Harrington (no official name yet)

20 floor mixed-use. Ground floor retail, 1 level of underground parking, parking on levels 2 and 3, office space floor 4 - 8, 220 residential units on floors 9 - 20.









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The Dillon progress including the 7 floor residential portion on the left and the 18 floor office tower on the right:


Source: https://twitter.com/ashtonmae/status/839575228988678144

New townhomes starting construction at West and Lenoir streets called West + Lenoir:



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Old Posted Mar 9, 2017, 7:45 PM
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The Dillon 18 floor tower update:





Seven floor residential part of The Dillon, across the street from the main tower:



Metropolitan residential development:

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Metropolitan residential development:

It looks like this one burned to the ground last night.

http://abc11.com/news/huge-five-alar...leigh/1804792/
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^ This was all over on the national news this morning and that fire looked quite scary especially with the crane collapsing !

Is it normal to have multi story buildings built solely out of wood in Raleigh / N.C. ?
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It's normal in most places.

Not terribly uncommon to have them burn like this, as they're very vulnerable during this phase of construction before they're sealed up, fire retardant materials put in, and sprinklers functioning. Combine that with welding and blowtorches that can generate sparks, and you have a chance to smoldering that goes unnoticed until everyone leaves for the day and then takes off.
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Yeah the fire was pretty wild. Glad nobody was seriously injured, and that the file was in a somewhat remote part of downtown so that few businesses were impacted. Repairs have begun on surrounding buildings.

Raleigh news

Hillsborough Street development adjacent to NCSU. Two 7 floor buildings plus townhomes. Office, 60 condos, ground floor retail.



http://www.newsobserver.com/news/bus...139252888.html


Durham news

Southern Gateway / Durham Innovation district



Two 7 floor buildings downtown at 200 and 300 Morris Street. 309,112 square feet.
Just broke ground this week, Summer 2018 completion. Duke Clinical Research Institute has signed on as a tenant.

http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/...-building.html
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Durham Update

Photo from mid March showing progress on One City Center which will be downtown Durham's new tallest.


Photo Credit: Chuck Liddy, News & Observer.

Rendering:
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Raleigh's Union Station (left) and 18 floor The Dillion (right) under construction this week:


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Durham One City Center


Source: Zachery Eanes The Herald-Sun
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Tried to put together a map of everything 10 floors or higher. While we aren't getting any 400 footers in downtown, the four new towers on Hillsborough street plus the Dillon will have a transformative effect.

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The Dillon in downtown Raleigh is finished with the parking deck floors. The rest of the tower should shoot up quickly. It will be the height of the crane when complete.



Protip: the Citrix parking deck has an excellent view


Looking toward the CBD from the Warehouse District, which is rapidly coming to life.


In Durham, the City Center Tower is well on its way. Soon it will dwarf the nextdoor Hill Building.


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Its an exciting time to be in Raleigh. How is North Hills coming along?
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Still growing. They have updated the master plan after they aquired land to the east of North Hills. Once it is built out that will be all the available land so additional construction will have to occur where structures already exist in the area. North Hills east is highlighted in yellow and blue:



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While the growth is good i'm concerned about traffic and density in that area. I just don't see the infrastructure needed to maintain a "Mid-Town" area like it is becoming, but hey, I'm just a onlooker, not an engineer lol.
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Durham - One City Center






555 Mangum is underway next to the baseball stadium, and in the background you can see more apartments going up.
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FNB Tower - FNB Regional Headquarters - 22 floors - 501 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh


  • 150,000 square feet of Class A office space
  • 240 residential units.
  • Street-level retail plus retail bank branch.
  • December 2017 groundbreaking, summer 2019 opening.

This project site was previously called Charter Square North. It wasn't developed because they were waiting for an anchor tenant before construction would begin. FNB recently completed purchase of Yadkin Financial which was a large community bank in the area.
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There is a construction cam up for The Dillon developments - two residential buildings and 18 floor office building:


Source: https://app.oxblue.com/open/clancytheys/thedillon

New rendering of Kane's Smokey Hollow development on the north end of downtown. Will include a ground floor Publix as well.

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Interesting. Isn't this entire intersection being redesigned?
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