The Dillon Retail and Residential

Kane signs local shop as The Dillon’s second tenant

Kane signs local shop as The Dillon’s second tenant Originally published in the Triangle Business Journal on August 15, 2017 North Hills developer Kane Realty Corporation and Federal Capital Partnershave signed their second commercial tenant for their 18-story building, The Dillon, in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District. Heirloom Brewshop is expected to debut its first location in the…

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Urban Outfitters to anchor new Raleigh high-rise

Urban Outfitters to anchor new Raleigh high-rise Originally published by WRAL on July 25, 2017 RALEIGH, N.C. — National retailer Urban Outfitters will anchor a new high-rise in downtown Raleigh’s warehouse district, the development company announced on Tuesday. The chain will occupy the ground level of The Dillon, a mixed-use development that will also house apartments and…

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Kane Realty signs first retailer for downtown Raleigh’s The Dillon

Kane Realty signs first retailer for downtown Raleigh’s The Dillon Originally published in the Triangle Business Journal on July 25, 2017 Raleigh development firm Kane Realty Corp. has announced its first major retail tenant for the 18-story The Dillon mixed-use building that’s under construction in downtown. Urban Outfitters, the flagship lifestyle apparel brand for a portfolio of…

Raleigh’s Warehouse District: A tale of two Dillons

Raleigh’s Warehouse District: A tale of two Dillons Originally published in Indy Week on June 19, 2015 Yesterday, Raleigh real estate and development blog Capital Compass shared a rendering from Kane Realty of developer John Kane’s vision for the Dillon Supply building and nearby parcels of land in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District: Kane Realty Looks pretty snazzy,…

A developer wants to turn the Dillon Supply Co. warehouse into a mixed-use high rise

A developer wants to turn the Dillon Supply Co. warehouse into a mixed-use high rise Originally published in Indy Week on June 10, 2015 The Warehouse District, with its land-hugging, namesake warehouses, blaring train horns and cobblestone walkways, is one of downtown Raleigh’s most beloved areas, attracting architects and designers, beer and coffee brewers, chocolate confectioners and…