Traffic on Peace Street passes near the site of a developing commercial property Friday at the corner of West and Peace streets in northwest downtown Raleigh. The former lighting store, owned by the Lundy Group at 500 West Peace Street, is being developed for a tech company slated to occupy the building this summer.
Traffic on Peace Street passes near the site of a developing commercial property Friday at the corner of West and Peace streets in northwest downtown Raleigh. The former lighting store, owned by the Lundy Group at 500 West Peace Street, is being developed for a tech company slated to occupy the building this summer. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Traffic on Peace Street passes near the site of a developing commercial property Friday at the corner of West and Peace streets in northwest downtown Raleigh. The former lighting store, owned by the Lundy Group at 500 West Peace Street, is being developed for a tech company slated to occupy the building this summer. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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