Where Raleigh Connects
A new downtown destination
301 Hillsborough is the first phase of the larger Raleigh Crossing development, an elevated mixed-use experience that will inspire memorable connections for tenants, residents, and visitors seeking the best that Raleigh has to offer. Designed for the discerning needs of today’s companies, the Class A+ tower connects all the dots – between wellness and walkability, location and lifestyle, neighborhoods and next level design. 301 Hillsborough’s unprecedented attention to detail will set the new standard for a modern workspace in the heart of downtown Raleigh.
280,381 SF of class a+ office
12,162 SF of neighborhood retail
opening winter 2021
details coming soon
WHERE RALEIGH CONNECTS
AT THE CENTER OF RALEIGH'S THRIVING DOWNTOWN DISTRICTS
301 Hillsborough at Raleigh Crossing sits at the crossroads of four of downtown's most distinctive neighborhoods - Glenwood South, Warehouse District, Capital District, and Fayetteville Street - offering tenants, guests, and residents an enviable address to discover all Raleigh has to offer.
The Warehouse District blurs the line between past and present, having transformed iconic, red brick warehouses into a vibrant neighborhood with a flourishing art, dining, and startup scene. Raleigh Union Station, recently reopened after major upgrades, is steps away and offers multi-modal transportation options for passenger connectivity throughout the Triangle, North Carolina, and other East Coast cities.
Glenwood South is the perfect place for bar-hopping and people-watching after a long day at the office, with distinctive eateries, eclectic boutiques, and buzzing nightlife venues. Glenwood South is home to the Raleigh Beer Garden, which holds a Guinness World Record for the number of beers on tap.
The Capital District is home to the North Carolina State Capitol, the Legislative Building, the Governor's Mansion, and several other branches of North Carolina's state government. The district is also home to the NC Museum of History and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, which collectively attract millions of visitors each year to Raleigh's walkable downtown.
Fayetteville Street is the civic center and the traditional central business district of Raleigh. The district is home to a number of outdoor events and festivals each year, with various performing arts venues and the Raleigh Convention Center making the neighborhood a major entertainment draw for the downtown experience.
301 Hillsborough is a 19-story, Class A+ mixed use tower in downtown Raleigh that will elevate the tenant experience. Market-leading amenities, coupled with anticipated LEED Gold, Fitwel, and WiredScore certifications, will offer a healthier, more productive office environment for tomorrow’s business leaders.