The old steam plant building on N. Dawson Street in downtown Raleigh is one of the state-owned buildings for sale on the Caswell Square property, which was one fo the five squares Raleigh was designed around.
The old steam plant building on N. Dawson Street in downtown Raleigh is one of the state-owned buildings for sale on the Caswell Square property, which was one fo the five squares Raleigh was designed around. Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com
The old steam plant building on N. Dawson Street in downtown Raleigh is one of the state-owned buildings for sale on the Caswell Square property, which was one fo the five squares Raleigh was designed around. Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com

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