Soil Testing next to Firestone

#1

Saw a drill next to the Firestone last week in what appeared to be soil testing. Anybody heard anything about the Firestone block recently?

#2

which side of Firestone ?

#3

What type of drill rig?? Could be soil/groundwater sampling for due diligence (small probe rig) or geotechnical drilling (larger rig) for structural design. #GeologyRocks :slight_smile:

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#4

Ditto this. Whiskey Kitchen had to dig out tons of contaminated dirt under their patio. There could have been a plume someone else gets to deal with now…

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#5

That hilltop corner would make for a prominent 20 story mixed use tower.

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#6

Evan, you are too funny…20 stories…Lol :wink::blush:

#7

SkyHouse II perhaps??? :slight_smile:

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#8

That would be maximizing the zoning, and that is a hilltop :slight_smile: I’m not in the “Raleigh must look like Manhattan” camp, but I would like a wider skyline and activation of that corner

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#9

The parking lot to the left of the Firestone shop

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#10

Sounds like I might have to investigate this… and pop in to Crank Arm while I’m in the neighborhood

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#11

Oh duh…you guys mean the actual Firestone! I was referring to the Whiskey Kitchen site which historically was a Firestone Tire shop :neutral_face:
Yes, activate that corner in an urban manner.

#12

Maybe something happens here? If so, here’s what it used to look like:

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