Christopher Counts Studio’s version of an overhaul of Moore Square, which included plans for a café, lawn amphitheater, civic plaza and farmers market, won national design awards in 2009.
Christopher Counts Studio’s version of an overhaul of Moore Square, which included plans for a café, lawn amphitheater, civic plaza and farmers market, won national design awards in 2009.
Christopher Counts Studio’s version of an overhaul of Moore Square, which included plans for a café, lawn amphitheater, civic plaza and farmers market, won national design awards in 2009.

Moore Square overhaul could finally get funded in next year’s Raleigh budget

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