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Raleigh Reroutes its Main Street


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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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