That Dominion Realty site has some great photos of this project! Thanks for sharing!
Plus Dominion has some other projects. Here’s a small snippet from N&O:
“There is a lot of people trying to get things out of the ground right now,” Carlino said. But “tenants have a really hard time committing to moving their offices until they see something coming out of the ground.
“FNB Tower sat vacant for a number of years, even though there was lots of interest from companies in moving downtown … but tenants were skeptical to committing, thinking it might never get out of the ground. Once you see steel going up, interest really picks up.”
Dominion isn’t the only firm having success with finding tenants to fill the new buildings going up.
Earlier this week, Heritage Properties announced that Capital Bank would be relocating its Raleigh operations to the One Glenwood tower. Adding the bank, put the 10-story building over 80 percent leased, with more than four months until it would be open to tenants.
Heritage said the success of One Glenwood has given the company confidence to continue building in the downtown area, and the company has already submitted plans for another 10-story building adjacent to One Glenwood.
And John Kane’s most recent project in downtown Raleigh, The Dillon, is already 96 percent leased, after landing Arch Capital as a tenant earlier this year.
Kane, on the back of the success of The Dillon, is also forging ahead with more construction downtown. His company recently submitted plans for building up to 20 stories on Cabarrus Street…