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A new 7-story, 165-room Hilton Garden  Inn has also been announced for the Wade development. It isn't under construction yet, but is supposed to open in 2021, so should break ground pretty soon. 

A couple other office buildings recently broke ground nearby. I'd like to see a little more retail, especially restaurants. 

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5 hours ago, po-boy said:

A new 7-story, 165-room Hilton Garden  Inn has also been announced for the Wade development. It isn't under construction yet, but is supposed to open in 2021, so should break ground pretty soon. 

A couple other office buildings recently broke ground nearby. I'd like to see a little more retail, especially restaurants. 

Agree another restaurant or 2, and a drug store CVS or some kind of corner convenience store. I believe the hotel will be going up on this lot:

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On 1/1/2020 at 3:21 PM, po-boy said:

A new 7-story, 165-room Hilton Garden  Inn has also been announced for the Wade development. It isn't under construction yet, but is supposed to open in 2021, so should break ground pretty soon. 

A couple other office buildings recently broke ground nearby. I'd like to see a little more retail, especially restaurants. 

There's already a HGI hotel at the Aviation Pkwy exit, which is only 4-5 miles away. Surprised another one is being built so close. A different brand would be better for that site. Maybe a Courtyard by Marriott or Doubletree.

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Nothing official yet, but some state owned land in West Raleigh along Blue Ridge Road  is being considered for the new headquarters for the NC DHHS.

https://abc11.com/realestate/new-dhhs-hq-could-be-another-jewel-in-west-raleigh/6522092/

And it hasn't been discussed in this thread, but the new Bandwidth HQ is going nearby on Edwards Mill.

Plus NC Department of Agriculture Science Center and UNC Rex Cancer Center are both currently under construction.

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