Warehouse District

The Dillon is in the heart of downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District – downtown Raleigh’s most eclectic area. With a rich industrial history, the district is undergoing a resurgence and has developed a new identity as an arts and cultural destination. Home to entrepreneurial start-ups, innovative tech space and collaborative work space, this area is also attracting a new generation of office users.

  • CAM Raleigh
  • Videri Building
  • Tuscan Blu
  • The Pit
  • Humble Pie
  • Crank Arm
  • Citrix

Raleigh, NC

Downtown Raleigh lies in the heart of the Triangle, the fastest growing metropolitan region in the state. For businesses, residents and visitors alike, downtown is the urban center of the region – an incredible place to live, work and play.


The Dillon stands on a site once owned by Dillon Supply, an industrial supplies distributor and steel service center that opened its doors in Raleigh more than 100 years ago. Still used in recent years by Dillon Supply for storage of materials, this captivating building is part of downtown Raleigh’s history. Red brick warehouses from days past of a time of warehousing and manufacturing in downtown Raleigh are now repurposed into art galleries, tech work space, restaurants and more. The new multi-use building standing in its place reflects the history of the Warehouse District, yet stands as a symbol for the reemergence of a neighborhood — bringing people back to live, work and play in this urban environment.

  • Dillon Supply Company
  • Dillon Supply Company
  • Aerial View
  • Dillon Supply Company


Union Station

Union Station

Union Station, Raleigh’s new multi-modal transit center, is located directly adjacent to The Dillon—providing immediate access to passenger rail and other future transit services.

Raleigh R-Line Bus Stops

R-Line Bus

The City of Raleigh’s free downtown circulator has multiple stops in the Warehouse District.

Secure Bicycle Storage

Secure bicycle storage available on-site.

Onsite Covered Parking

A structured parking deck provides ample parking for residents, visitors and employees at The Dillon. Parking is available for hourly, daily and monthly rates.

For more information about parking, please contact:
McLaurin Parking & Transportation
Alison Rumfelt
Phone: (919) 833-7522
Email: arumfelt@mclaurinparking.com
421 Fayetteville Street, Suite 1000
Raleigh, NC 27601

Nearby Highway Access

Highway Access

The Dillon’s location provides easy and efficient access to all major interstates and highways. Interstates I-440 and I-40 are minutes away, connecting The Dillon to all parts of the Triangle.



The Dillon is in the center of a district where pedestrians can easily access the offices, residences and all amenities by foot. Other points of interest in downtown are easily within walking distance.


Warehouse District Map

Dining & Drinks

  • Boxcar Bar + Arcade
  • Circa 1888
  • Crank Arm Brewery
  • Fiction Kitchen
  • Five Star
  • Humble Pie
  • Jose and Sons
  • Moonlight Pizza Company
  • Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
  • Oak City Coffee Roasters
  • Tasty Beverage Company
  • The Pit Authentic Barbecue
  • Tuscan Blu Authentic Italian Cuisine
  • Videri Chocolate Factory
  • Vita Vite Art Gallery & Wine Bar

Arts, Entertainment & Shopping

  • 311 Gallery
  • Anthony Ulinski Studio and Gallery
  • CAM Raleigh (Contemporary Art Museum)
  • Cirque de Vol Circus Arts Studios & Celestine Movement Arts Yoga Studio
  • Deep South The Bar
  • Litmus Gallery & Studios
  • Nash Square Park
  • Raleigh Denim Workshop + Curatory
  • Richard Garrison Studio/Gallery
  • Sorry State Records
  • Tasty Beverage Company
  • The Junction Salon & Bar
  • Tipping Paint Gallery
  • Trolley Pub of NC
  • Videri Chocolate Factory
  • Visual Art Exchange
  • Vita Vite Art Gallery & Wine Bar
  • William-Cozart Inc.


  • The Dillon Downtown Apartments


  • Citrix
  • Designbox
  • HQ Raleigh