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RALNATIVE last won the day on August 26 2010

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  1. https://money.com/best-places-to-live/raleigh-north-carolina/ Raleigh ranked #4 and Chapel Hill ranked #12 in Money magazine's Best Places to Live 2022. No other NC cities cracked the top 50.
  2. What a great inspiring story. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Noticed yesterday that some glass has been installed on the lower floors. This is going up very fast now.
  4. Now we just need an airport designed to accommodate expanded international travel, as well as road warriors like myself (more onsite parking, more gates, better food options, etc.).
  5. Raleigh is No. 2 most popular Airbnb destination in the US for Labor Day weekend https://www.wral.com/raleigh-is-no-2-most-popular-airbnb-destination-in-the-us-for-labor-day-weekend/20419602/
  6. We need more and more of these urban infill projects being developed for life sciences and tech companies.
  7. If I recall correctly, the city imposed the affordable housing mandate on his 40 story tower in Smoky Hollow, which may be slowing that development down.
  8. Kane is quite the visionary, and Raleigh is the benefactor. I just wish the expansion included taller, sleeker towers. That would help balance out the things with the east side.
  9. I read in the TBJ today that an estimated 45,000 more apartments are needed in Raleigh. No sure if that is across the metro or just in the city limits. In any event that's a lot of demand. That most certainly will drive more high rise residential development, which could explain the push for re-zonings in areas like the Warehouse District and Glenwood South.
  10. Found this cool video and photos of the North Hills Main district expansion: http://madeline-lohmeyer.squarespace.com/north-hills-expansion
  11. I suspect that this is only the beginning. typically with rapidly growing cities, taller and more impressive developments follow the first big wave of developments in the 20-30 story range. Those developments drive up the surrounding price of land as well as availability, which in turn forces developers to look at going higher for subsequent developments.
  12. My understanding from talking to others in the local commercial real estate and development arena, Kane can get whatever financing that he wants at this point from major financiers in the US and Europe and beyond. This is why he has so many projects currently in the pipeline. If he wants to go big at Crabtree, i'm sure that he can make it happen and it will be impressive.
  13. We're very, very lucky to have a visionary like him in Raleigh.
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