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DCMetroRaleigh last won the day on August 4 2013

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  1. Any chance this will spark making US 64 from Asheboro to Apex a freeway?
  2. Massive! Biggest project in NC history.
  3. The I-685 Corridor is going be quite impressive Next decade
  4. Biggest investment in North Carolina history Wolfspeed will build a new semiconductor plant at a 400-acre site in Chatham County with an estimated investment of $5 billion and a commitment to create more than 1,800 jobs paying $77,000 a year on average. But it’s going to cost North Carolina tax payers some $1 billion in a variety of tax incentives. Semiconductor chips are a key part of most electrotonic devices used today. The investment over time stands to be the largest in North Carolina history, exceeding the $4.5 billion commitment by automaker VinFast to build a plant. That investment is also going to Chatham County. https://wraltechwire.com/2022/09/09/wolfspeed-5-billion-investment-plant-chatham-county/
  5. Yes, the Charlotte region needs megasites. But where? Eastern Union? Anson? Stanly? Rowan and Davidson? Northern Iredell or Davie?
  6. The Morganton Road corridor will get another upscale apartment development under plans the Southern Pines Town Council approved Tuesday. This latest development will be near the already-approved mixed-use development that includes a large retail center expected to be anchored by a Target store. The apartment complex at hand would include 269 units and typical amenities of a luxury apartment such as a clubhouse and pool. Located on just over 13 acres, the apartments would tie into the proposed Target shopping center on one side and the Morganton soccer fields on the other side. The developer is Wilmington-based Zimmer Development Co., which is also responsible for the Eagle Landing Apartments nearby on U.S. 15-501. It is to be built on parcels owned by Midland Atlantic Properties of Cincinnati. Midland Atlantic owns all of the parcels in development, known as Morganton Park South. https://www.thepilot.com/news/apartments-next-to-target-approved/article_e66e3056-025b-11ed-bdf3-8382159cefda.html
  7. VDOT is extending HOT lanes to Fredericksburg, likely ultimately to Richmond or Petersburg. VA embraces them
  8. Burlington’s city council has given an out-of-town developer the all-clear to construct 252 apartments along Bonnar Bridge Parkway – a road that also serves as the primary entrance into the sprawling Mackintosh on Lake subdivision. During a regularly-scheduled meeting on Tuesday, the council unanimously agreed to let Wilmington-based Zimmer Development establish this new apartment complex on some 15.69 acres situated near Bonnar Bridge Parkway’s juncture with Danbrook Road. Dubbed the “Bonnar Bridge Apartments,” this rental development is slated to comprise seven three-to-four story buildings that will contain the proposed dwelling units. The development’s plans also call for a clubhouse and pool, a walking trail, nearly 400 parking spaces, a dog park, and various other amenities. https://alamancenews.com/breaking-tues-night-burlington-city-council-gives-green-light-to-252-unit-apt-complex-near-mackintosh-on-the-lake/
  9. A Sandhills business is looking to make a big move within Moore County. Tough Stump Technologies, based in Southern Pines, primarily works with unmanned systems, specifically mapping drones and situational awareness software. The company purchased 75 acres in Moore County for $1.28 million, according to a deed filed Friday. The land sits along Vass-Carthage Road in between Vass and Carthage. https://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2022/06/22/tough-stump-technologies-new-campus-moore-county.html
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