FROM THE N&O | David Bracken | 10/07/08 | 2:53 PM
Raleigh Council OKs development proposals
RALEIGH - The City Council approved two development proposals today that have drawn intense interest from residents who live nearby the projects.
The council voted 6-2 to allow a developer to build a private 10-story student apartment building and a parking deck off Hillsborough Street for N.C. State University students. The project, called the Stanhope Center, was first submitted to the city 10 months ago. ...
The council also voted 5-2 to approve Crescent Resources request to rezone 2.67 acres at Clark Avenue and Oberlin Road in the Cameron Village shopping center in West Raleigh.
The rezoning increases the height limit on any building it constructs from 50 feet to about 85 feet. The building could include up to 28,000 square feet of shops and 232 apartments or condominiums. ...
More information about developments in Cameron Village can be found here at New Raleigh dot com.