Newest Addition to the Raleigh, NC Skyline

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Real Estate Agent with Wray Realty

The new RBC Building has opened in Downtown Raleigh, NC.  It is not totaly ready, but the exterior is ready and many of the office suites are ready. It is a beautiful addition to the sky line and is now Raleigh's tallest building.  These pictures were take from the Capital City Club (www.CapitalRaleigh.com)  in Raleigh at the Top of the Progress Energy Tower just across the street.  The top floors are all residential suites Called the Plaza Condominiums.  They are sold out, but there are a few residential units still available through assignments.  If you are interested in hearing more about it, please let me know!!

 

Enjoy!

RBC Tower in Raleigh, NC 

 

Brian Wray

www.Triangle-NC.com

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Brian, it is a beautiful building.  Interesting concept residential and business in the same building!

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