Archive for the ‘Raleigh Developments’ Category

now we’re there and we’ve only just begun

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

and this will be our year

 

 

Around Downtown News:

 

Fire Wok is coming to City Plaza

Council endorsed the Warehouse Site for Rail Station

Demolition work begins at the new Downtown Red Hat headquarters

Should rickshaws sell produce?

Red Room chose not to renew their lease

 

 

In Raleigh/Triangle News:

 

2012 Triangle Restaurant Week is coming soon

Jerry is going to be at the Chapel Hill Ben & Jerry’s

New condos planned for Downtown Durham

Local restaurants support Meatless Mondays

Make sure to get over to that Rembrandt exhibit

 

 

In Other News:

 

The BCS as we know it is going away

The office of tomorrow

86 years of marriage is pretty amazing

Twins born five years apart

2% think Mitt Romney’s first name is Mittens

What it means to win the national title

Samsung unveiled a ‘future proof’ television

 

 

Events:

 

Linkedin Live Raleigh Business Networking is at Spy tonight

Soulicit with Another Lost Year at Pour House Music Hall tonight

Wednesday is Trivia Night at Downtown Sports Bar

Smuttynose Keg Tapping at Woody’s on Wednesday

80’s Night! Dance Party at Spy on Thursday

Lohri Party 2012 on Friday night at Mantra

Passport to Hungary with the North Carolina Symphony on Friday night

ZOSO is at Lincoln on Friday

Sunday Supper Benefiting Activate Good at Joel Lane’s on Sunday

 

 

Fun Stuff:

 

World’s fastest carwash

Tree Hotel

25 clever ideas to make life easier

An app that identifies fonts on a website

Infamous arsonists and how they got caught

An abandoned doll factory is pretty creepy

 

 

 

And one more announcement:  (thanks Ellen)

 

 

The Downtown Raleigh Alliance is holding its Annual Meeting and Downtown Achievement Awards Ceremony on Thursday, February 23rd from 5 pm to 8 pm at the Raleigh Convention Center. And don’t worry, just because it’s called an “annual meeting” doesn’t mean it’s going to be all business. It won’t be and here’s why you should attend:

 

·        Meet new people.

·        Network at the pre-event reception from 5 pm to 6 pm (beer and wine included)!

·        Enjoy a three-course dinner.

·        Listen to a great presentation by marketing expert Roger Brooks. His topic of conversation? Key ingredients for an outstanding destination. 

·        Celebrate the successes of downtown Raleigh with its biggest advocates.

·        Meet all the members of the Downtown Raleigh Alliance staff.

·        Get a great deal on tickets. 

·        Have fun.

·        Support downtown and the champions whose contributions are making a significant impact on downtown.

·        We want to meet you!

 

The DRA really wants to get more residents engaged in its efforts. After all, residents are the lifeblood of any strong downtown. That’s why we’re offering tickets to downtown residents for only $25 each. That’s more than half off the normal non-member price of $60. Just think—beer and wine, food, fellowship, and a fun presentation all for only $25. So tell your friends, get a group together, and come out for a great evening. We think you’ll be glad you did.

 

If you live within the Downtown Business Improvement District (inside the boundaries of Peace St., Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Boylan Ave. and Bloodworth St.) or in surrounding downtown neighborhoods including Boylan Heights, Cameron Park, East Raleigh-South Park, Glenwood-Brooklyn, Mordecai/Pilot Mill, and Oakwood contact Ellen Fragola at 919.821.6972 or e-mail ellenfragola@downtownraleigh.org for the resident promo code.  RSVP deadline is Thursday, February 9th so don’t delay!

September 15, 2008

Monday, September 15th, 2008

In Downtown news:

615 Boylan development news

AIA building details

Tyler’s news!

Charter Square launched a new website

 In Raleigh news:

Everyone loves Raleigh - more accolades for the Capital City

Another Super Wal-Mart

More new hotels for the Greater Raleigh Area

September 10, 2008

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Plaza construction to start in October?

Charter Square information and a pretty neat map

Progress on Blount Street Commons

Transit things

Broughton will keep its front lawn

September 9, 2008

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Matt at RaleighSkyline.com takes a look at West

In area news:

News on the Cameron Village project

The Hurricanes have a new logo

Changes in Durham development

Information on how you can vote early.  Do it.

September 8, 2008

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Coming Soon!  A new bar on Fayetteville Street!

FashionSpark displays And more about it

In area news:

North Hills is doing an Iron Chef thing

UNC is making cancer treatment easier

More on the Durham Performing Arts Center

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