From left, investor Smedes York. developer Roland Gammon, and Roland Maurer of Sigmon Construction look over one of the condominiums under construction at 1300 St. Mary’s Street in Raleigh on Wednesday. Gammon of White Oak Properties is converting the former five story office building at the corner of St. Mary's and Wade Avenue into residential condominiums, complete with a work out facility and outdoor pool.
From left, investor Smedes York. developer Roland Gammon, and Roland Maurer of Sigmon Construction look over one of the condominiums under construction at 1300 St. Mary’s Street in Raleigh on Wednesday. Gammon of White Oak Properties is converting the former five story office building at the corner of St. Mary's and Wade Avenue into residential condominiums, complete with a work out facility and outdoor pool. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
From left, investor Smedes York. developer Roland Gammon, and Roland Maurer of Sigmon Construction look over one of the condominiums under construction at 1300 St. Mary’s Street in Raleigh on Wednesday. Gammon of White Oak Properties is converting the former five story office building at the corner of St. Mary's and Wade Avenue into residential condominiums, complete with a work out facility and outdoor pool. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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