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Apartment boom poised to reshape Raleigh, Durham downtowns

The opening of a wave of new apartment communities in downtown Durham and Raleigh promises to usher in a new phase of downtown redevelopment activity in the Triangle. It also has the potential to reshape the growth patterns for a region that until now has been known more for its sprawling subdivisions than its urban living.

Durham News

Developers out to undo downtown Durham's Loop

Developer Bob Chapman sees the Downtown Loop as “a girdle” on Durham's city center, “binding and preventing downtown from growing.” He and business partner Rob Dickson want to convert the road to two-way traffic and make it more friendly to pedestrians.

Garner Cleveland Record

Garner council interested in annexation of county-proposed subdivision

The town council agreed last week they want to try to encourage a Wake County developer to have his proposed subdivision be annexed in the town limits. The proposed 90-lot subdivision, which will be built south of New Bethel Church Road across the street from the new South Garner High, is expected to have homes with a price point of $350,000, Town Manager Hardin Watkins said at the March 17 town council meeting.

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