As the population explosion suggests, real estate and construction in and around Raleigh are abundant, to say the least. The City of Oaks is broken down into five geographic areas: Olde Raleigh, predictably, is home to the city's oldest neighborhoods as well as the City Market, Fayetteville Street Mall, the North Carolina State Capitol and a handful of museums and other attractions; East Raleigh is bordered by the town of Knightdale and lies along the I-440 Beltline, and most of its development is along established thoroughfares like Capitol Blvd. (US 1) and New Bern Ave. (US 64); West Raleigh is home to the North Carolina State University campus and the Municipal Rose Garden, and is bordered to the west by the town of Cary; North Raleigh or outside the beltline is an expansive area that is home to many established neighborhoods and rapidly developing rural areas; South Raleigh is the least developed and populated section of the city, but it too is home to handful of neighborhoods and is growing fast. More

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