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   Walk to the nearby Cameron Village shops, restaurants, coffee shops, underground antique mall and public library. NC State University is located a few blocks on the other side of this unique area that was built in the 1950’s. The plan for the Village area was inspired by a similar development in Kansas City and by early policies of the Urban Land Institute.
Many newer restaurants and clubs are located a few blocks away along the lower Glenwood Avenue corridor. Just beyond them is the beginning of the State Government complex including the History and Natural History Museums.


Download a copy of a report made by the National Register of Historic Places and the US Dept. of Interior on Raleigh's Cameron Park Historic District


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