Passengers including Nathan Childress of Richmond, VA, used the Greyhound Bus terminal on West Jones Street in downtown Raleigh while a new location on Capital Boulevard was completed in this November 2013 file photo. An apartment developer hopes to build a 250-unit apartment complex now that the Jones Street site isn’t being used as a bus terminal.
Passengers including Nathan Childress of Richmond, VA, used the Greyhound Bus terminal on West Jones Street in downtown Raleigh while a new location on Capital Boulevard was completed in this November 2013 file photo. An apartment developer hopes to build a 250-unit apartment complex now that the Jones Street site isn’t being used as a bus terminal. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Passengers including Nathan Childress of Richmond, VA, used the Greyhound Bus terminal on West Jones Street in downtown Raleigh while a new location on Capital Boulevard was completed in this November 2013 file photo. An apartment developer hopes to build a 250-unit apartment complex now that the Jones Street site isn’t being used as a bus terminal. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

Developer files apartment plans for old Greyhound bus terminal in downtown Raleigh

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