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Almost 30,000 people now work in the two million square feet of office space built along the I-40 corridor in Raleigh. The buildings, however, still have high vacancy rates as the city tries to attract business. Some people consider the I-40 corridor as the new main street in Raleigh, while others maintain that Fayetteville Street has and always will be the main street. Both areas, however, have much to offer the city by way of access to state capital business and finance.
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24396
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Chapel Hill’s anti-growth attitude has made life for developers difficult; politics and ordinances cause developers to pay exorbitant fees for their projects. Chapel Hill allows this because it is ultimately worried the poor and middle class will be priced out of the city should unchecked development take place.
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24395
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Durham is home to five nationally-recognized weight-loss centers that bring people in from all over the states. Some of those who have sought help at weight-loss centers eventually fell in love with the area and stayed to start businesses of their own.
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24393
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Belk stores have changed over time to keep up with customers’ wants, including opening new stores and remodeling old stores.
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24392
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North Carolina brokerages discuss how they bounced back after the stock market crash of 1987.
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