The Miami office of international architecture firm 10 Design has unveiled details and design renderings of its first major North American project: a large-scale, mixed-use master plan that aims to transform the sleepy, underutilized southern end of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.
Dubbed Downtown South, the $2.2 billion redevelopment scheme envisions a 20,000-capacity soccer stadium-anchored entertainment district complete with housing, hotels, retail, and commercial office space. The project is being led by developer John Kane of the Kane Realty Corporation and Steve Malik, owner and chairman of the North Carolina Courage, a National Women’s Soccer League team, along with North Carolina FC and numerous local partners. Downtown South has been
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