Archive for November, 2017

Raleigh (all of the above)

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

City of Raleigh Logo Looking back at a few of our recent blogs, there is a common theme that we’ll call “all of the above”. The recent municipal election cycle provided a sounding board for candidates to offer choices with each candidate offering his or her own set of priorities,  but what is special about Raleigh (and other cities […]

Development in Downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District

Friday, November 17th, 2017

In downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District, Kane Realty Corp. is bringing the former Dillon Supply Co. building to life.  Now called The Dillon, it is the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District.  As you can see in the photo below, the shell of the landmark structure is preserved and rising out of the […]

Dorothea Dix Park – Unique destination in the heart of the Capital City

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

View from Dorothea Dix Park of downtown Raleigh. When we think about how special the Triangle region is to live and work, we thank the amazing visionaries in the past who helped create the vibrant community that we live in today – the Universities, the Research Triangle, RDU Airport, the major museums, theaters, ballparks in the […]

Six Fork Road Corridor

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

The City of Raleigh is working on exciting improvements to the Six Forks Road Corridor.  The funding comes from a $200M transportation bond that passed a few years ago. The Six Forks Road plan makes major improvements from the I-440 Beltline to Lynn Road. It widens sections of Six Forks Road to six lanes and improves bicycle and pedestrian access. […]

1031 Like-Kind Exchange – It’s a Big Deal

Sunday, November 5th, 2017

We have blogged about 1031 Like-Kind Exchange in the past, but it is defiantly worth repeating.  Overall, about 1 out of every 4 Real Estate deals we are involved with are associated with a 1031 Like-Kind Exchange.   We recently gave a presentation at Preston County Club (for the Triangle Real Estate Investors Association) and many […]