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400H permitting has been resubmitted to CoR for a fresh review. Design and size remains the same. Still no construction timeline but it's a positive move forward. Now there's at least 8 towers of 20 s

I noticed the sign up for the 400H 20+ story tower at Hillsborough and Harrington today. Looks like demolition of the existing buildings will start soon.  

From the Triangle Biz Journal this morning "After years of planning and design, a global pandemic and uncertainty in the office market, construction is set to begin on on a highly anticipated pro

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Well hopefully one of the recent downtown proposals gets underway soon.  Pretty much everything currently under construction is topped out and/or nearing completion, and the Triangle economy is booming way too hard for there to be a construction lull.

I think this initial proposal was talked about in the linked thread.  Maybe we can get a mod to combine them so that there's no confusion.

 

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Here is the website and it said construction would start in 2020 so maybe it just a year behind due the pandemic

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Given that Dallas based Trammel Crow is behind this I would say it is a go.  They have the means to do it.  They have built several midrise apartments in Charlotte and a high rise office building back in the 1980s. 

 

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22 hours ago, nicholas said:

Well hopefully one of the recent downtown proposals gets underway soon.  Pretty much everything currently under construction is topped out and/or nearing completion, and the Triangle economy is booming way too hard for there to be a construction lull.

I think this initial proposal was talked about in the linked thread.  Maybe we can get a mod to combine them so that there's no confusion.

 

 

I think that this development is substantial enough to have it's own thread. That's why I created it.

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On 4/7/2021 at 7:51 AM, Trent Y said:

Hasn't there been a sign up at that location for some time now? I haven't heard any news or updates on this project . I could be wrong though. I hope I'm wrong.

About 2 years now.  I don't think this project is happening any time soon.

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17 hours ago, RALNATIVE said:

That design tho...

Developers in Raleigh need to go back to geometry class and learn about shapes other than squares and rectangles.

It looks like a J Davis special although I didn't see them listed on the project team. 

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Fencing has been up for a couple weeks now, existing buildings are still there though.  Hopefully this will spur a redevelopment of the parking deck diagonally across the street, which is a huge dead zone and I hardly ever see cars parked there anyway.  This and the AC Hotel are really going to help connect Glenwood South with the Warehouse District, however the tracks are an obstacle and I wonder if there is any chance of a dedicated pedestrian bridge being built to further connect both of those areas.  Currently there are sidewalks mostly everywhere, but a lot of them are narrow and right up against the street which isn't super ideal for an area that is really starting to fill in.

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