The Fayetteville Street District is a vibrant historic district that dates all the way back to the late 1800s. The district as a whole is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), while eleven individual buildings are also recognized by the NRHP as well. While The Fayetteville Street District is mostly all commercial, there’s also a few residential opportunities to consider for anybody looking to live right in the heart of downtown. The Plaza Residences at PNC Plaza stand out as being perhaps the prominent residential high-rise in the city, and it’s perfect for anyone wanting a full amenity building with great views and even better living spaces.
Walkability is also a huge factor in living in or around the Fayetteville Street District, as some of Raleigh’s best shopping, dining, entertainment, and cultural centers will only be just steps from your front door. And because the Fayetteville Street District in many ways acts as Raleigh’s central business district, it’s also a true walk-to-work location for many, also enhancing its convenience and desirability. And although its boundaries vary depending on who you talk to, the Fayetteville Street District is loosely bordered by Morgan Street to the north, Martin Luther King Avenue to the South, Wilmington Street to the east, and Dawson Street to the West. For additional information about Fayetteville Street District real estate for sale, contact us today or continue browsing other Raleigh real estate that’s currently on the market!