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Tucked away behind a curving driveway concealed from the street is one of Raleigh's acknowledged early Modernist jewels: Blue Haven. The home, named for its distinctive Carolina Blue Stone, was constructed in 1959 by Raleigh architect F. Carter Williams as his personal residence and is considered by many to be his signature work.
The once-named Northwestern Bank building, re-crowned the BB&T building in 1988, was built during the Great Depression. It has withstood the changing fortunes of the city and remains an icon of downtown Asheville architecture.