Cary, NC — It appears new jobs are on the horizon as several companies plan to establish roots in Cary and across the state. Read more
Cary, NC — About 50 acres of land along Buck Jones Road has been home to the South Hills Mall and Plaza since the 1960s. This land now has a new fate on the horizon as it was purchased on November 18th for a price tag of $38.4 million.
Cary, NC — The excitement surrounding the construction of Phase 2 of Downtown Cary Park has spurred plenty of conversation. It has also spurred a building boom in Downtown Cary that hasn’t been seen since the 1970s. Read more
Cary, NC — Fenton, the 69-acre mixed-use project on track for a first-phase opening in April 2022, is approaching the 90% leased benchmark with the addition of four new businesses.
The newcomer tenants — Vestique, Southern Tide, Archer Paper Goods and Club Pilates — will join a large mix of retail, restaurant and entertainment venues opening soon at Fenton.
Cary, NC — EchoPark, a national automotive company specializing in high-quality used cars, will be bringing new life to the vacant property at 2333 Walnut Street that once was the home to Crossroads Ford.
Cary, NC — With the fluctuating, unpredictable nature of customer traffic that came with the Coronavirus, Cary’s shopping hubs have seen their share of vacant storefronts.
Though, with several new restaurants and shops opening their doors in recent months, we may be seeing growth return to Cary’s business sector. Here are just a few of the newest spots we’ve seen.
Cary, NC — The expansion of Glenaire, a continuing care retirement community in downtown Cary, has begun to take its shape and reach new heights — 6 stories to be exact.
Cary, NC — Last Thursday’s meeting of the Cary Town Council saw continued public opposition on a rezoning case in the Wellington Park neighborhood.
Cary, NC — On Thursday last week, the owners and developers of Fenton gathered a group of Cary’s elected officials and project partners for a “topping out” ceremony.
This marked the accomplishment of the 69-acre mixed-use district reaching its maximum height in the office and multifamily components set to open with the first phase in April 2022.