As our neighborhood grows more popular and more urban, there has been a plan to fill the airspace and add continuity to the neighborhood, as The Triangle Blog reported months ago.
Now the Louis Dreyfus Property Group has come up with a pretty solid plan for filling that area. Their latest renderings include courtyards, buildings, and access to I-395. This would not only fill in a gaping hole in the neighborhood and bring in more tax revenue for the city, but it would reduce the noise and pollution from 395, not to mention the eye-sore.
Here is what the buildings will look like in the latest rendering:
This development, plus CityCenter at the old convention center parking lot, could really transform our neighborhood.