Moore Square: A Nostalgic Perspective of Raleigh
Like Raleigh's Warehouse District, the Moore Square District is steeped in nostalgia. Here you will find cobblestone streets to guide you anywhere you want to go: trendy art galleries, delicious fine dining, and the city's best hangout spots. The flat brick buildings showcase Raleigh's historic architecture, but add enough modern details to transform businesses and even the condominiums into the finest destinations and residences.
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Moore Square is best known for its local attractions, and residents of this urban neighborhood are just steps from them all.
One major point of interest in the Moore Square district is Artspace. You can observe artists as they create inspiring masterpieces, or you can create your own works of art at a variety of classes. If you want to experience even more of Raleigh's vibrant art scene, you will want to attend First Fridays, a self-guided tour of the city's trendiest galleries, restaurants, and boutiques.
The Moore Square District is also home to the Lincoln Theatre, a popular live music venue, in addition to other nightlife choices.
But one must-experience section of Moore Square is the historic City Market, a collection of the district's best boutiques, nightlife, restaurants, and more. City Market is bound by Davie Street, Person Street, Martin Street, and Blount Street, but there is so much to discover in this small block. Its cobblestone streets and 20th century buildings convey a sense of timelessness today.
Moore Square District Statistics
- $12.5 million in renovations to Moore Square Park starting summer 2016
- $9 million in renovations to GoRaleigh Transit Station, scheduled for 2017 completion
- $20 million+ in public investment in 2016-2017
- 30,000-sq.ft. building dedicated to Artspace
- 670,000+ visitors to Marbles Kids Museum and Wells Fargo IMAX Theatre
- 783 units opening in 2015 and 2016
Residential Communities Within Moore Square
Moore Square's residential communities match the historic-yet-modern lifestyle that is prevalent through this district. There are a few condominium communities in this district, each with different features and amenities, that let residents easily enjoy the best shops, restaurants, and art galleries that are scattered throughout the neighborhood.
Palladium Plaza is a 5-story brick condominium building that seamlessly blends modern and historic architecture. Its residences have coffered ceilings, modern kitchens, balconies, open floor plans, and a parking garage.
Person Pointe is an intimate community with just 11 condominiums, many of them with updated features, covered patios or balconies, and private parking.
Founder's Row looks like a charming Southern residence with its brick and stucco exterior. Inside, its condominiums offer terraces, open floor plans, beautiful kitchens, and gated entry to the building.
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Moore Square District has so much to offer, and every day is a new experience for the residents who currently live there. Are you interested in living downtown, close to Raleigh's best art galleries and points of interest? Want to explore your favorite Moore Square condos in person? Just give us a call today at 919-235-0007 to schedule a showing.