Raleigh, North Carolina City Staffers Pick York Properties to Manage Union Station

June 14, 2017

Posted by Thomas Goldsmith, INDY Week; June 13, 2017

A long-familiar Oak City company got the nod from city staff Tuesday for providing leasing and management duties at the under-construction Raleigh Union Station.

York Properties, with roots as a construction company dating to 1910, submitted the best among three proposals, said David Eatman, transit administrator for the city. The other contenders were commercial real estate companies Cushman and Wakefield and NAI Carolantic. The transportation staff’s choice will have to be signed off on by council members, likely at a July 5 meeting.

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