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Capital Square has started construction on 320 West South Street, a high-rise apartment tower in the warehouse district of Raleigh, NC.

Capital Square Selects Raleigh for Site of $100M Mixed-Use

Glen Allen, VA-based Capital Square has broken ground on 320 West South Street, a mixed-use high-rise apartment tower located in the Warehouse District of Raleigh, NC within a qualified opportunity zone.

JDAVIS Architects is building architect and W. M. Jordan Company is general contractor for the project, which has an approximate development cost of more than $100 million.

The 20-story community will feature 297 apartment homes and more than 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. A double height-resident lobby will lead to approximately 30,000 square feet of amenity space and an attached garage with multiple-floor access. Onsite amenities will include a pool, rooftop lounge, coworking space and fitness center.

Situated at the intersection of the Boylan Heights neighborhood, Dorothea Dix Park and downtown Raleigh, 320 West South Street sits within walking distance of multiple entertainment venues, cultural sites, nightspots, and dining options, as well as the RedHat Amphitheater and Raleigh Convention Center. The property offers access to the Research Triangle along with area universities.


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