Park Central is our most advanced mixed-use project yet, featuring residential, retail and office spaces that will continue to enhance North Hills’ live, work, and play lifestyle.

Showcasing 285 mid-rise (Plaza style) and high-rise (Skyline style) units, Park Central offers condominium-level interior finishes, unrivaled amenities, and amazing views of Midtown and Downtown Raleigh. These residential offerings are complemented by 36,000 square feet of retail space and 6,843 square feet of rentable mezzanine-level office space. Access to Midtown Park and a multitude of additional restaurant and retail options adds to Park Central’s conveniences.

Here are some past, present, and future photos of Park Central’s transformation!

Park Central road view

View of Park Central from I-440 during construction early 2017

Park Central aerial view

A mid-construction, aerial view of Park Central joining the existing North Hills skyline

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Before and after visual of The Muse walkway by artist Mia Yoon that connects Park Central to first-floor retail space

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Rendering (leftmost), unfurnished (center), and show (right) of Plaza style units, which feature granite countertops, plank flooring throughout and stainless-steel energy star appliances

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Renderings of the two Skyline style schemes, offering upgraded features like quartz countertops, glass balconies, under counter wine refrigerators, and floor-to-ceiling windows

Park Central views

Living-room space of a Skyline style unit under construction, showcasing 180 degree views of North Hills

Park Central pool deck rendering

Rendering of the eighth-floor pool deck that houses an 8,000-square-foot saltwater pool

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Exterior of select high-rise, Skyline style units overlooking the eighth-floor pool deck

Rendering of Park Central’s final façade

Exterior of the completed Park Central building

Retailers like Orangetheory Fitness and CycleBar have already moved in on the ground level

Although final touches are being made to Skyline units (floors seven through 16) and are expected to wrap up by the end of the year, the remainder of Park Central is still available for lease. The first tenants moved in at the start of June, while retailers such as Midtown Yoga, Kilwins Chocolates, Happy & Hale, and Arrow Hair are expected open by the end of 2017.