Demolition of the City of Raleigh’s garage and maintenance facilities is underway, right, between Wade Avenue and Peace Street. Crews are tearing down city-owned buildings along Capital Boulevard, the first step in a plan to create a park and greenway on the northern end of downtown Raleigh.
Demolition of the City of Raleigh’s garage and maintenance facilities is underway, right, between Wade Avenue and Peace Street. Crews are tearing down city-owned buildings along Capital Boulevard, the first step in a plan to create a park and greenway on the northern end of downtown Raleigh. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Demolition of the City of Raleigh’s garage and maintenance facilities is underway, right, between Wade Avenue and Peace Street. Crews are tearing down city-owned buildings along Capital Boulevard, the first step in a plan to create a park and greenway on the northern end of downtown Raleigh. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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