Condos in Raleigh
Downtown Raleigh has some great choice for downtown condo and apartment living. Let The Logan Group help you find your next high rise home or historic condominium that gives you access to all that makes downtown Raleigh, North Carolina great.
10 Arros asserts a unique style of luxury on the walkable downtown Raleigh market through thoughtful use of modernist elements such as expansive glass, interior metalwork railings and partitions, and natural lighting effects.
10 Arros is a unique set of modern townhomes within several blocks of new and redesigned offerings on the East side of downtown - Transfer Co Food Hall, Moore Square, Person Street. This set of 10 homes offers expansive windows, modern interior elements and plenty of natural light. Prices averaged just under $500,000 in 2019.
This 7-story building is situated right in the heart of the Glenwood South District and right above several restaurants and bars. Along with the stellar location, the building features a courtyard pool, secured entry, clubhouse, gym, garage parking, and skyline views. With all of this, you have the making of one well-rounded condo building. In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $260,875 and two-bedroom units averaged $392,143.
This six-story building located in the heart of Glenwood South combines some of the largest units in downtown Raleigh with a location that’s hard to beat. Should relaxation at the house be high on your priority list, you are in luck here as the units feature fireplaces, large soaking tubs, and covered balconies. Owners also enjoy the benefit of covered parking as well as the use of the Hampton Inn amenities. In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $245,000, two-bedroom units averaged $350,000, and three-bedroom units averaged $440,000.
This seven-story tower sits perched just west of downtown and boasts some of the best views of the Raleigh skyline. In addition to the views, the finishes inside do not disappoint. The attention to detail is amazing throughout the units! Add in a club room with pool/ping pong table and underground parking and you have one overall spectacular condo building. In 2019, three-bedroom units averaged $1,250,000.
This building at the intersection of Capital and Peace was originally built in the 1880’s. This 50 unit historic building features one, two and three-bedroom units that feature exposed brick, ceilings up to 20 feet and historic wood. Every unit definitely has it’s different personality and nuisances. Close access to the Seaboard Station and all it has to offer (Future Harris Teeter), along with the renovations in the north section of downtown, make the location more than ideal.
This 66 unit building at the edge of the Warehouse District was one of the early pioneers in downtown Raleigh. It’s also one of the few to offer three-bedroom units. Enjoy the skyline balcony views as well as an ideal location just blocks away from parks, restaurants, and bars and major employers like Citrix and Red Hat Inc. In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $265,000.
A unique collection of sixty-four condominiums in what used to be the old Belk department store on Fayetteville Street. Units feature concrete floors, 10’-14’ ceilings, expansive per unit storage, exposed brick, beams, and ductwork. Owners also have access to ground level gated parking, adjacent gym and outdoor courtyard with grills. In addition, The Hudson features some of the largest units in the downtown area. In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $363,500 and two-bedroom units averaged $452,333.
A five-story, 65 unit building on Blount Street across the street from both Moore Square and City Market. These single and multi-story condos feature granite countertops, 10’+ ceilings, covered parking, exposed concrete walls and ceiling accents as well as concrete floors in certain units. Definitely tons of character and a location that puts you in the heart of it all! In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $276,333 and two-bedroom units averaged $378,750.
A ten-story building just west of Glenwood South. The Paramount features a 5th-floor pool with skyline views, a gym, and clubhouse as well as garage parking. These condos are the perfect blend of luxury and location with several different and unique floor-plans all with abundant natural light. In 2019, two-bedroom units averaged $451,786.
A warehouse-style five-story building with just 46 units nestled in the heart of the up and coming Warehouse District. With ceiling heights that range between 10 and 20 feet and abundant natural light, these condos feel even bigger than they are. Enjoy the skyline views all while overlooking Nash Square from your Juliette balcony. You also have the added bonus of Vita Vite Raleigh being your neighbor just to the west should you crave a glass of wine and charcuterie plate!! In 2019, two-bedroom units averaged $423,333.
This 33-story mixed-use tower houses the highest condos in Raleigh with dramatic long-range views from every unit. Each condo features a balcony, 10’ ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, smart key access, granite countertops and garage parking. In addition, the 23rd floor features a swimming pool, fire pit, pool table, gym, kitchen, media room and conference room. In 2019, one-bedroom units averaged $363,000 and two-bedroom units averaged $648,500.
The Quorom Center, in the heart of Glenwood South, showcases contemporary luxury condos in an innovative mixed-use project. The residences are beautifully designed with state-of-the-art standards and a sophisticated design that allows residents to simply live, work and play. In 2019, one-bedrooms averaged $430,250, two-bedrooms $763,800, and three-bedrooms $800,000.
The Wade, completed in 2019, offers 29 exquisite residences featuring classic architecture, all utilizing open and personalized floor plans. This community is located at St. Mary's and Wade Avenue, in Historic Hayes Boarton - steps away from Cameron Village and an easy trip to downtown. Two bedrooms sold for approximately $950,000 in 2019.
Just a block away from Glenwood South as well as the future Publix. The West is a secured entry building featuring garage parking, doorman, rooftop pool with grilles, gym, and clubhouse as well as basement storage. Individual units feature granite countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, stackable washer/dryer, oversized windows, 10+ foot ceilings, under cabinet lighting and so much more. In 2019, one-bedroom units average $265,700, two-bedroom units average $388,357 and three-bedroom units average $601,667.
The Fairweather is a new modern condominium development in Raleigh, NC and one of downtown’s permanent statements defining our city’s future. Rising from a hilltop in the Warehouse District this dwelling will capture Raleigh’s skyline to treeline views. Every day in this home will be a celebration of timeless interiors, fine bespoke finishes, tall ceilings, and clean lines. Whether it is a walk with neighbors over to Dorothea Dix Park, 360 rooftop views, or strolling over to your favorite table, this home will be a monumental gem, inside and out. The Fairweather’s unique location and exceptional design offer one of the rarest opportunities to be at home in a true modern architectural landmark. One and Three bedrooms available, starting at $425,000.
The Woodburn in the Village District
The reconstruction has begun on Cameron Village's original 1950's apartments built by J. Willie York. The charming redesign of this property will highlight, preserve, and honor the history of Cameron Village, as well as, exude the elegance of a high-end property today. The quartzite-laden kitchen, marble-finished bathroom, thoughtful lighting, and oak hardwoods will complement the building's classic style and imbue an ageless quality that will be delighted in daily and endure for years to come. The one-bedroom ~615 sq/ft condos will be configured in a two-story, multi-building arrangement with four units per entranceway. Each unit will have a back deck that overlooks the shared green space. The first phase consists of 32 one-bedroom units that were completed in the spring of 2019.In 2021 averaged $348,541 for one-bedroom.