There’s no bigger issue facing Downtown Raleigh right now. A 325 acre destination park in Downtown Raleigh would be a game changer.
The idea may sound odd, but small, unique ideas like this give cities character. They don’t have to be rainbow: just make them creative, unique, and representative of our city in a tangible way.
“If it works, a gigabit connection would be up to 20 times faster than the “Ultimate Internet” package that Time Warner Cable offers for a downtown Raleigh address.”
If RST Fiber can offer Raleigh consumers 1 GB/sec speed in the next few months…WOW.
It’s worrisome that they’ve only turned a profit once in four years although, to be fair, Hopscotch is still a relatively young business entity that is a tremendously important asset to Downtown Raleigh. Now we have Hopscotch Design Fest. Matt Munoz brings up an excellent point about the opportunity it presents for the NC State College of Design.