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North Carolina Architects Create Center For Architecture Design In Downtown Raleigh

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On a sloping triangular-shaped lot at the intersection of downtown Raleigh's Peace and Wilmington streets, a building of statewide significance is rising. The new North Carolina Center for Architecture and Design, a multipurpose facility of the American Institute of Architects North Carolina Chapter (AIA NC), is an intimately scaled 12,000-square-foot structure on a half-acre lot that can accommodate parking. Ground was broken in early December 2009, with completion scheduled for October 2011 to host the organization's annual design conference.
Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 12 Issue 2, Apr 2011, p17-19, 21-23