As speculated back in June, the data sharing tech company Citrix will indeed be moving into Raleigh’s Warehouse District.
A handful of public art projects over the past few years have expanded the color of building facades, namely the L Building Banners, the Shimmer Wall and the lately the BEST (Beautifying Emerging Spaces Together) crew’s projects.
The longtime word on the street is now official, SPARKcon will move its center of operations from Fayetteville Street to the Warehouse District and the Raleigh Amphitheatre for 2012.
Downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District is one of the fastest growing districts in downtown and has accumulated a handful of great businesses and galleries over the past few years. Now, it can add an online presence to its resume.
Obama wants to win North Carolina in 2012 and is getting a head start in the capital city again. The campaign opened their Charlotte HQ this month but at the end of this week, they will start moving their main state HQ into the Warehouse District.
A new chocolate shop will open in the Warehouse District next week.
A second chocolate factory will be coming downtown.
Tasty opens its doors tonight for a preview to the public
A new beer-lovers oasis will open soon in the warehouse district.
Warehouse district goes covert on your ass
Another art gallery will move to Martin Street in the Fall.
The Warehouse District will get a fitness gym later this year.
Our affectionate new name for the Warehouse District.
Another New Raleigh April Fools’ joke almost coming true.
Another new bar for the warehouse district.
Get locally made jeans at a discounted price. One night only.
Is Davie Street the new Glenwood South? Another club in the area would signal so.
more kudos to Ed Mitchell…
Warehouse district property owners voiced strong opinions at the Community Forum on the potential “Depot Historic District” Monday evening, mostly against turning the area into a City Historic District. Members of the Raleigh Historic Districts Commission solicited concerns from the attendees. Their heated responses focused on loss of property rights and reduced real estate investment value.
The Raleigh Historic Districts Commission will hold a community forum on March 30 to discuss plans for the future of the Warehouse District.
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