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City of Raleigh Data Book 2013

I have started a big data project to bring to the real estate community. Attention all developers, builders, and agents – contact me to learn more about the market. City of Raleigh Data Book 2013-0731 Community Inventory Report 1. Introduction … Continue reading

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Museum Recognition Brings Much More

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The North Carolina Museum of Art’s new west building is a 2011 Recipient of the American Institute of Architects annual Honor Awards for Architecture. While the exterior captures surrounding colors with the building’s skin, the coffered vaults of the ceiling … Continue reading

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North Carolina’s Population Rises 18.5%

The 2010 Official Population Count, that occurs once every decade, was released by the US Census Bureau today. For the purpose of a representative democratic system, Congress will reapportion the House of Representatives, giving North Carolina NO new seats. 9,535,483 … Continue reading

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Research Triangle Park Looks to the Future

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Recognizing that the old suburban park model will become a disadvantage in the future, because the trends in development necessitate mixed-use density to utilize more efficiencies with a multi-modal transportation system. The non profit organization that controls the development of … Continue reading

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WakeMed Opens New 5 Story Building

WakeMed held an open house on Sunday, to present its newest structure to the community. Each floor in the building has a distinct purpose: 2nd floor – cardiovascular intensive care unit 20 rooms opening June 9 3rd floor – cardiovascular … Continue reading

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