Raleigh’s Population Up 3% in 2008

February, 03, 2009 , by Jedidiah

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Raleigh continues to grow steadily but slowed down a bit in 2008. I wonder what percentage of those moved directly downtown?

Raleigh’s Growth Management Division estimates that the city’s population was 385,507 as of Jan. 1, up from 374,320 a year earlier.

Triangle Business Journal has more.








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  • arthurb3
    02/03 10:53 AM

    OH, That’s why I can’t find a parking space near my house?

  • Jonn
    02/03 12:14 PM

    “Raleigh says the majority of its growth is at its far reaches: the northeast Raleigh area including Wakefield, the northwest Raleigh area including Brier Creek, and southeast Raleigh outside the Beltline.”

    This is why we need that targeted development in the core!

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