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Wegmans Pulls Out of Fenton Development

Cary, NC — Owners of Wegmans have canceled their plans of bringing a second Wegmans to Cary.

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Cary Development Updates: Glenaire, Fenton, Epic Games and More

Cary, NC — Cary’s future is looking mighty vertical through the lens of the developments on the horizon.

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Dram & Draught to Open 4th Location at Fenton

Cary, NC — As Fenton continues in its first phase of construction, announcements of upcoming tenants continue to surface.

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Town Council Tables Carpenter Fire Station Road Rezoning

Cary, NC — Last night the Cary Town Council approved their 2021-2022 legislative agenda, heard one public hearing and tabled a decision on the Carpenter Fire Station PDD Rezoning.

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Paragon to Replace Cinébistro as Movie Theater at Fenton

Cary, NC — On Wednesday, January 27 the developers of Fenton announced Paragon Theaters as their incoming entertainment hub.

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The Highly Anticipated Downtown Cary Park

Cary, NC — With completion set for summer 2023, Downtown Cary Park is a highly anticipated and community-led project that is sure to be a first of its kind in the Triangle.

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Mayor Presents 2021 State of Cary Address

Cary, NC — With each turn of a new year, Mayor Harold Weinbrecht presents his annual State of Cary Address to highlight the highs and lows of the past year and present the ambitions for the next.

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$57 Million Downtown Corridor Coming to Morrisville

Cary, NC — After years of significant growth, the Town of Morrisville has set its sights on creating its own true downtown area.

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Epic Games Scores Cary Towne Center in $95 Million Deal

Cary, NC — Developers have toyed with turning the Cary Towne Center mall site into an IKEA, a Top Golf and most recently, a 87-acre mixed-use development, Carolina Yards.

Now, the everchanging site has been purchased for a new purpose — global headquarters for Epic Games.

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A Closer Look at Cary’s Downtown Development, The Walker

Cary, NC — In February 2020, we reported on the Cary Town Council’s unanimous approval of a project that would bring two urban developments to Downtown Cary.

Now, we’ve caught up with a couple of lead developers and investors to get a closer look at what to expect from the project.

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