Pedestrians cross Clark Street last week at the site of two apartment complexes. Some neighbors are upset that two giant apartment/condo projects have created a cavernous look which is not visually pleasing. Almost 800 new apartments will comprise the three projects now under construction.
Pedestrians cross Clark Street last week at the site of two apartment complexes. Some neighbors are upset that two giant apartment/condo projects have created a cavernous look which is not visually pleasing. Almost 800 new apartments will comprise the three projects now under construction. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Pedestrians cross Clark Street last week at the site of two apartment complexes. Some neighbors are upset that two giant apartment/condo projects have created a cavernous look which is not visually pleasing. Almost 800 new apartments will comprise the three projects now under construction. cliddy@newsobserver.com

New apartment construction brings change, debate to Raleigh’s Cameron Village

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