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Raleigh's new Development Plan Review Center has reduced the time for reviewing a developer's plans from 25 days to 5 days. The one person/one plan approach provides the developers with a facilitator for guidance through the plan approval process.
The project began as a renovation by John Kane and the Kane Realty Corporation of Raleigh's fading North Hills Shopping Center. It has evolved into a massive $1 billion development that covers one hundred acres of the city's prime real estate. Gone is the old shopping center that once stood on Six Forks Road. In its place stands a new shopping, office, residential and entertainment complex that combines tasteful architecture with the feel of a sophisticated village.
Paul DellaCourt is vice chairman of Raleigh-based North Hills, Inc. The company is one of the Southeast's largest real estate development firms, with more than five million square feet of income property, 2,700 apartment units, and more than 4,000 acres of residential and commercial environments.