TTA Eyes Raleigh Warehouse For Commuter Rail Station
Posted May 16, 2002
RALEIGH, N.C. — A restored warehouse in downtown Raleigh may be torn down.
Triangle Transit Authority
wants to buy the West Street building and replace it with a $50 million commuter rail station.
That is not good news for the eight businesses in the building, some of which recently spent thousands of dollars to renovate their spaces.
The commuter rail station would likely help downtown by bringing in more people.
The TTA hopes to buy the West Street building in the next year or two.