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Kudos and Complaints 

When asked to list the pros and cons of living in The Creamery, our interviewees had these things to say.

Taking the trolley to the Warehouse District and Moore Square, especially for "First Fridays" (with gallery openings and live entertainment)

Historic preservation of the older buildings while updating them for modern use

Friendly, energetic pace

Living in what is becoming Raleigh's "Restaurant Row," most of which are locally owned or limited to only one location in the Triangle

No grocery market or movies in walking distance

Need more retail shops

Trolley needs to include Cameron Village for more shopping options and run until bar closing times to be really useful

"If only Sullivan's Steakhouse would give us room service!"

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