If you have been finding it difficult to look for a locality for apartments in raleigh, do not worry at all just keep reading this article contains the information on which features the best locality in Raleigh offers? By knowing those features and benefits, it will be easier for you to choose where to live in Raleigh NC. Continue reading →
Architecture firm In Situ Studio needed to overcome rotting trim and crumbling brick mortar to renovate and slightly enlarge an American foursquare-style dwelling that had fallen into shambles.
The Nolintha Residence is located in Raleigh, the state capital of North Carolina. The clients – a brother and sister who are successful restaurateurs – hired local firm In Situ Studio to overhaul the 1920s red brick home designed in an American Foursquare style. Popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the simple, boxy homes were known for their efficient layouts, with each floor typically containing four rooms. Continue reading →
Katrina Wallace had saved up two months’ rent to tide her over as she went through brain surgery to correct a dangerous condition. But as her recovery became more involved, she no longer had enough to pay for her apartment.
She scraped together enough to cover one-third of the rent, and she had a commitment from Durham County’s social services department to cover the rest while she waited for her disability payments to start. Continue reading →
RALEIGH, N.C., May 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Bulk TV & Internet, a leading integrator of video, data and voice solutions to commercial properties nationwide, announces their recent deployments with Blessing Health System located in Quincy, Illinois. Bulk TV custom-engineered and installed a complete, high definition system to upgrade the television service at the 307-bed, acute-care Blessing Hospital in addition to the Blessing Wellness Center. Continue reading →
Fogelman Properties Buys N.C. Apartment Community
Memphis-based Fogelman Properties has acquired a 328-unit multifamily community in Raleigh, North Carolina, for $43.4 million.
Built in 1988, Lake Cameron Apartments was 95 percent occupied at the time of purchase and features one-, two-, and three-bedroom units ranging from $848 to $1,249 per month. Continue reading →
Memphis-based Fogelman Properties has acquired a $43 million apartment complex, company president Mark Fogelman said Monday.
The complex, located in North Carolina, was purchased through a joint venture between Fogelman and New York-based DRA Advisors. Since 2003, the two firms have acquired 26 multifamily communities via the partnership, according to a news release.
“We are thrilled to … add this high-quality asset to our local Raleigh portfolio,” Fogelman Properties CEO Rick Fogelman said. “We look forward to continued growth across the Raleigh-Durham region and within our long-standing relationship with DRA Advisors.” Continue reading →
CHARLOTTE, NC – HFF announces the $3.935 million sale of an 8.49-acre parcel within the larger 51.32-acre St. Albans at Midtown development site near North Hills in Raleigh, North Carolina. Located at 901 St. Albans Drive, this is the final site closed from the St. Albans at Midtown portfolio that totaled four separate transactions.
The HFF team marketed the offering on behalf of the seller, Wells Fargo Bank, acting as Trustee for a local family, and Henry Sink and Richard Williams, acting as Co-Trustees for another local family. A development joint venture between NorthView Partners, led by Mark Barker and Frank Morisey, and Navion Senior Solutions, led by Steve Morton and Arick Morton, purchased the parcel free and clear of existing debt. Continue reading →
This image taken from a surveillance video shows three men suspected in the theft of flags from the Justice Department in Raleigh on Feb. 18.
RALEIGH — Police patrolling North Carolina’s state government complex are still trying to find people they say stole the U.S. and state flags from atop the Justice Department building in the middle of the night.
North Carolina State Capitol Police officers are looking for three suspects in the alleged larceny of the flags in the early-morning hours of Feb. 18. The police released surveillance camera video that Chief Glen Allen hopes will help identify the suspects. One of the videos shows someone walking away with an American flag.
“We hope to identify these suspects with the help of the public,” said Allen said. “These flags were stolen from the people of North Carolina, and larceny should not be tolerated.”
A police news release says investigators think the suspects used construction scaffolding to reach the poles on the roof. North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has his office in the Department of Justice building.
From now on, property owners in Oberlin Village must get permission from the city before they build a large modern home or a backyard shed.
The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday agreed to designate Oberlin Village a historic overlay district to secure protections against development. Continue reading →
N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson presents the new style of N.C. report cards in December. The N.C. Supreme Court heard arguments centered on who should control the state’s $10 billion public school system — elected lawmakers or the appointed State Board of Education. Continue reading →
Triangle Real Estate Group Grows Presence in North Carolina with New Affiliation with ERA Real Estate Triangle Real Estate Group, an established and locally owned real estate firm, announces today their new affiliation with the international and tech-savvy franchise, ERA Real Estate. The firm, which has another office in Durham, will now do business as ERA Triangle Real Estate Group. Raleigh, NC, January 11, 2018 –(PR.com)– Led by broker/owner, founder and CEO Katherin Burnette, the firm has been nationally recognized over the years by Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune, and Money magazines for providing strong technology, heavy administrative support and advanced marketing tools for their agents and clients. Continue reading →