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The Dillon welcomes first residents to Warehouse District
Published Saturday, March 3, 2018
by Staff Reports

RALEIGH – Residents moved into The Dillon this week, the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District.

“We are thrilled to open the doors of The Dillon,” said John Kane, CEO of Kane Realty Corporation. “With the outstanding businesses currently in and coming soon to the Warehouse

District, we are confident our residents will feel right at home and be a great addition to the vibrancy of the neighborhood. This is an exciting day for us as we move forward with the continued growth of downtown Raleigh.”

The Dillon is comprised of 271 residential units featuring high-end finishes, including quartz counters, plank flooring and designer cabinetry, with keyless entry and Nest thermostats rounding out the features. Ample upscale amenities will be a 3,000-square-foot fitness center overlooking downtown, work from home spaces, resort-style saltwater pool with wood sundeck, and a bike center with bike share program for residents to navigate around their new neighborhood.

Residents will soon be able to enjoy a wide variety of restaurants and retailers just steps away, including Weaver Street Market, Urban Outfitters, O-Ku Sushi, Bishop’s Cuts & Color, Heirloom Brew Shop and Barcelona Wine Bar.

For more information on The Dillon Apartments, visit LiveDillonRaleigh.com.



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