The people who keep protesting that we don't have the density should look at Austin, TX as an example of a city that waited too long. I argue that Raleigh is much like Austin was 10 years ago. Conservative state capitol with universities and a liberal educated population and steady and rapid growth. The mass transit, as seen in Charlotte, concentrates development along the transit routes. If we wait another 10-years, we'll be in the same pickle as Austin.
Do you mean this Art Pope?
3324 Granville Drive
Raleigh, NC 27609
Owner: JAMES ARTHUR POPE & KATHERINE K POPE
Land value: $985,800
Building value: $2,246,926
Total value for property: $3,232,726
Assessments for tax year: 2009/2010
Last sale: $2,995,000 (12/30/2004)
Builtins: Multiple Fireplaces
Year property was built: 2004
Effective year built: 2004
Heated area: 10,057 square feet
Land size: 47,480 square feet
Garage Masonry: 857 square feet
Open Porch: 16 square feet
1s Masonry: 300 square feet
Open Porch: 340 square feet
Open Porch: 743 square feet
Open Porch: 45 square feet
Patio: 168 square feet
Why is NC4 less expensive? Wouldn't taking the more expensive properties along Peace Street be more expensive than taking some houses along the railroad tracks? The houses built along railroad tracks aren't usually the grandest houses.
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