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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.
Woot! Drove through downtown today and looked wistfully at the site ... not having seen this announcement.
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The Dillon construction:









Union Station construction, showing the large roof that will be over the plaza:



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The Ware:1,870 - 2,030 sq ft townhomes part of Raleigh's Food Hall, Market, and Gathering Place development:



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One Glenwood: Fencing has gone up at the site, hopefully groundbreaking soon.





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Old Posted Jul 6, 2017, 8:47 PM
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A few more renderings of One Glenwood and Two Glenwood:





Two Glenwood which includes a hotel:


Source video: https://vimeo.com/220392841/36f2c123f4
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Old Posted Jul 20, 2017, 1:22 PM
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North Carolina FC MLS stadium



22,000-seat stadium plan for 2020 MLS expansion.
http://www.newsobserver.com/news/loc...162383518.html
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Old Posted Jul 25, 2017, 3:19 PM
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20 floor mixed use tower approved by city council for Hillsborough and N Harrington Street in downtown Raleigh. Will include retail, office, and residential floors. They already own the site and need to pre-lease 40,000 sq feet of office space to start construction, which they hope to break ground by Q1 2018.









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22,000-seat stadium plan for 2020 MLS expansion.
http://www.newsobserver.com/news/loc...162383518.html
This is super dope! Finally a downtown Raleigh venue to host sports and concerts! Very nice and soccer is also huge in the area anyway. Makes sense.
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This is super dope! Finally a downtown Raleigh venue to host sports and concerts! Very nice and soccer is also huge in the area anyway. Makes sense.
I would still consider it a bit of a long shot. Right now North Carolina FC (currently a NASL team) and Carolina Courage (women's league) play in Cary at WakeMed park which seats around 10,000. This plan has a lot of moving parts to it, including the state tearing down a number of old buildings they are wanting to replace (you can see the replacements rendered behind the stadium).
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City Gateway, 10 floors, which will include the Exploris K-8 school and offices. This is from a revised site plan submitted to the city. Construction should begin later this year. The last rendering shows the massing of a future 20+ floor building on the site. The design features a solar roof and other features that will allow it to generate more energy than it consumes.







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New renderings of the FNB Regional Headquarters office and condo mixed-use tower on the site formerly known as Charter Square North.













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Raleigh is one of the most underrated capital cities out there -- looking good!

Was Raleigh awarded an MLS team?
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Raleigh is one of the most underrated capital cities out there -- looking good!

Was Raleigh awarded an MLS team?
The MLS bid is still ongoing. Raleigh is a longshot, but in better position than some cities that have effectively taken themselves out of the running like St. Louis and Charlotte.
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Since this is a Raleigh-Durham thread, any forthcoming pics of downtown Durham's new tower? I was told a couple weeks ago that it's topped off.
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The MLS bid is still ongoing. Raleigh is a longshot, but in better position than some cities that have effectively taken themselves out of the running like St. Louis and Charlotte.
Thanks for the update.

I would think RDU would be the perfect region for MLS expansion. Long history of interest in youth leagues and college teams. UNC women's domination of the sport for as long as I can remember alongside competitive men's college teams all in the Triangle region.
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The Dillon has topped out and glass is going on now:

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Since this is a Raleigh-Durham thread, any forthcoming pics of downtown Durham's new tower? I was told a couple weeks ago that it's topped off.

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There are a few more construction shots here including views of the skyline from atop the building: https://www.onecitycenter.com/blog/2...town-durham-nc
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Durham Innovation District, including two new 7-floor buildings, is under construction. Details: http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/...start-new.html





Photo from atop the under-construction City Center tower:

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The Dillon:



The Dillon residential component:

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