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Release Date: Monday, April 18th 2016

And the Imprint Award Goes to….

RALEIGH, NC (April 18, 2016) – The Downtown Raleigh Alliance (DRA) is proud to recognize 12 development projects and their developers that helped make Raleigh one of the fastest growing downtown’s in the country.  Our 2016 Imprint Award winners at the State of Downtown Raleigh are:

107 Fayetteville St.
Developer:  Michael D. Olander Jr.

421 Fayetteville Street Building Redevelopment/Bank of America
Developer:  Highwoods Properties, Inc.

Charter Square
Developer:  Dominion Realty Partners, LLC

Death & Taxes
Developer:  James A. Goodnight

Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Developer:  The Building Committee of Holy Trinity Anglican Church with Dr. John W Yates III Rector

The L
Developer:  Empire Properties and Concord Eastridge   
        
The Lincoln
Developer:  Banner Developments

Peace Street Townes
Developer:  White Oak Properties, Inc. & Glenwood Agency Real Estate

The Raleigh Beer Garden
Developer:  Hibernian Company, Inc.

SkyHouse
Developer:  Edison Land LLC and Novare Group

Taverna Agora Greek Kitchen & Bar
Developer:  LM Restaurants, Inc. and Affiliates

The Ten at South Person
Developer:  DHIC, Inc.

 

 

Here’s a quick look at why development projects like these have downtown Raleigh speeding toward being an urban center.

 

Downtown’s current building boom will add over 4 million square feet to downtown across all asset classes, including over 1 million square feet of office space.

 

Join us on Tuesday, April 26 at the Raleigh Convention Center to learn more on what makes this such an exciting period of growth for downtown Raleigh.

 

Each attendee will receive a FREE copy of the State of Downtown Raleigh report, which shows the market trends impacting downtown’s economy, including demographics, data and future projections.

 

Pre-registration is open online through tomorrow. The cost is $20 for DRA members, $30 for non-members, and $35 at the door.

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors and partners

 

Imprint Award Sponsor:

Dominion Realty Partners, LLC

Platinum:

August Construction Solutions, Inc., RDU to Paris

Student Sponsors:

Campbell University, Shaw University

Gold:

AT&T North Carolina, Kimley-Horn, PointClick, Poyner Spruill Attorneys at Law, Roguemark, Stanley Martin Homes

Silver:

Avison Young, CBRE Raleigh, ClarkNexsen, Colliers International, JDavis, LS3P, NAI Carolantic, North State Bank, Rodgers Builders, TradeMark Properties, York Properties

Partners:

Building Owners and Managers Association International, CCIM North Carolina Chapter, NAIOP Comercial Real Estate Association, Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors, North Carolina Technology Association, Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors, Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors, Triangle Crew, Triangle Area Office Building Association, Urban Land Institute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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