Raleigh Planners Sign Off On RBC Centura Tower
Posted July 19, 2006
RALEIGH, N.C. — The City of Raleigh Planning Commission gave its approval to RBC Centura for its new high-rise in downtown Raleigh.
On Monday, the Commission decided to support the 400-foot tall RBC Centura building that the bank wants to build at the corner of Martin and Fayetteville Streets.
At 29 stories - it will be one of the city's tallest structures.
The plan now goes to Raleigh City Council for a final decision next Tuesday. If approved, construction could start by fall.
The new tower would include shops, restaurant, parking deck and condominiums as well as offices for the bank.