New Developments in Raleigh, N.C.
Here are the major new visitor developments that are contributing to the Raleigh area's stature as a modern establishment—the thriving state capital of North Carolina.
Transfer Co. (Some vendors beginning soft opening phases Jan. 2019)
A food hall and market housed in a 43,000-square-foot renovated warehouse in Raleigh's Olde East neighborhood is slated to have a first round of vendors open in early 2019. The project, led by Transfer Development LLC, is a food-focused with a mix of retail goods as well. Tenants include Videri Chocolate Factory, Boulted Bread and Jubala Coffee, Burial Beer Co., Locals Oyster Bar and more. (Rendering pictured in header.) Learn more
Fuquay-Varina Arts Center (Opening early 2019)
The Town of Fuquay-Varina broke ground in March of 2017 on a project that will bring a performing arts theatre, classrooms, studios and more to downtown Fuquay-Varina. The Fuquary-Varina Arts Center, a project that will renovate and expand on an existing building, is expected to take 10 months to complete and cost $3.5 million. The plan, designed by Szostak Design of Chapel Hill, will bring a 300-seat theatre to the new two-story expansion, with capacity for a total of 400 for conferences and speaking events, plus include specialized classrooms for painting, computer media and other types of art, a dance studio, an art gallery and more. Learn more
Moore Square Renovations (Re-opening summer 2019)
One of four public spaces that was designated by the founders of Raleigh in 1792, downtown Raleigh's Moore Square is now in the process of implementing a new master plan that will close the area for approximately one year while construction is in progress. The $12.5 million renovation will include landscaping, construction of a small cafe, a concert area and more. Ground broke on the renovation in early Nov. 2017. Learn more