Washington Terrace, a low-income housing project in the heart of East Raleigh, will soon be torn down to make way for one of the City's largest affordable-housing projects to-date.
“That was the best workout class I have ever taken,” my Mom said, calling me after taking her first class at PBX® (Pilates Barre Extreme) last December.
Being a startup is all about winning awards. And after being in existence for over six months I have yet to win any. That all changed last night.
In a surprising turn of events, The Rock has decided to give up his acting, producing, and wrestling career in order to return to college, and play football.
Hallelujah. After more than three years in development, construction has finally begun on 220 The Saint, a long-awaited upscale townhome project on St. Mary's Street near downtown Raleigh.
On the nicest Sunday afternoon in February that I can ever remember, five runners raised money for multiple charities and didn’t negatively impact anyone in Raleigh.
I received the following Tweet on Monday morning: “Seriously. If my kids don’t get into Pullen art camp and camp at Jaycee, I will have a rage blackout. #ITBproblems cc @WNFIV”
Once home to the legendary Blue Tower Restaurant, a 24-hour greasy spoon diner, the 67-year old structure at 605 Hillsborough Street will soon be torn down.
ShopITB.com After nearly two years, Google Fiber is finally up an running in Raleigh. You may remember how Google tried to win Raleigh over by giving out free t-shirts, but if
If ever there were a section of Hillsborough Street that would actually be improved by the addition of yet another residential mixed-use project named after its address, it's the 400 block.
My heart skipped a beat when I saw the title of the Facebook invitation. It read "Old school Foster's cookout".
Rumors continue to circulate about an IKEA coming to Cary. On Monday, another cryptic bombshell was dropped.
The inside of Vidrio is unbelievable. I can say this because I’ve already dined inside the new Mediterranean restaurant on Glenwood, even though it doesn’t open until tonight.
Podcasts are all the rage right now and I need to start one. After owning the right equipment for over a year and Tweeting about how I was totally going to start a podcast
For decades, Broughton graduates have been faced with a problem. A big problem. This is a problem that many men start to face when they turn 30...
Before we get to this week's development news, let's all take a moment to thank Finch's for their decades of service to Raleigh.
Cameron Village is back to normal after a wild night that included a visit from police and SWAT teams. We are all safe thanks to the heroism of a York Security Guard who will be awarded the ITB Medal of Honor for his bravery.
Raleigh’s most iconic motor lodge is officially for sale, and Mordecai residents are terrified. Our new investigative reporter, James Borden, brought this story to my attention this week in his first Development Beat.
Welcome to a new chapter in ITB Insider™ history. Today, we expand our media empire to cover the world of real estate development in Raleigh.
ShopITB.com One of the most important parts of running a startup media empire is having great lawyers. That’s why we are excited to announce that Miller Law Group has agreed
Twas the night before Christmas, when inside the beltline, Not a creature was stirring, thanks to double magnum bottles of wine. The stockings were hung by the gas-fired chimneys with care, There was no doubting St. Nicholas soon would be there.