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Development + Investment
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Access + Connectivity
- 2012 Annual Report: DRA mission impact on revitalizing downtown by enhancing its quality of life and contributing to its economic success.
- Quarterly Economic Development reports: The Downtown Raleigh Alliance issues quarterly economic development reports to keep interested parties updated on downtown project announcements and new street-level business openings. If you are interested in receiving quarterly reports please email Paul Reimel.
- Pedestrian Count Study - 2011: The Downtown Raleigh Alliance partnered with the City of Raleigh to have a downtown Pedestrian Count Study conducted during spring 2011. The study supports economic development programs and infrastructure planning initiatives in strategic areas.
- Retail Market Analysis and Positioning Strategy: MJB Consulting completed this report as part of a retail strategy and implementation program the Downtown Raleigh Alliance is spearheading. The primary geographic focus of the implementation plan is in the central business district: Fayetteville Street, and parts of Wilmington Street, Hargett Street, Martin Street, Davie Street, and the City Market area. For an overview of the plan reference the executive summary in the beginning of the document and for a "road map" of recommendations reference the conclusion section at the end of the document.
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- Draft 2030 Comprehensive Plan—Downtown Chapter: The comprehensive plan is a major component of the planning process for the city as it guides the long-range, comprehensive decision making process involving primarily physical development and those city actions expected to influence development in the long-term. The comprehensive plan contains goals, objectives, policies and guidelines for growth and redevelopment for the city.