In an effort to meet traffic growth, the Midtown Raleigh Alliance partnered with the City of Raleigh to conduct a Six Forks corridor study analyzing both a 4-lane and 6-lane option that would break ground in 2019 if adopted. The results came out this past month to help stakeholders compare the two options. Side by side the 6-lane plan is not significantly more expensive and offers several benefits over the 4-lane version, including: incentivizing bus service and significantly increasing capacity to ease congestion. A public hearing will take place this month before the city council takes action.
Raleigh native Peyton Reed began his love affair with movies at the Cardinal Theatre in North Hills Shopping Center when he was a little boy. The theatre was the spot of his first movie, his […]
This beautiful home is filled with a mix of mid-century and transitional styles. Designer Stephanie Tidwell worked with homeowners Benjamin and Cara Bilbeau to create a bold, fun entryway with a pop of color. “It […]