RALEIGH -- The Downtown Raleigh Alliance released its state of downtown Raleigh report Tuesday morning.
It's an annual report that notes market trends that are impacting downtown Raleigh's growth and development.
Judging by the numbers, downtown Raleigh has exploded since the new millennium started.
The amount of people living downtown has increased 35 percent in the last four years and 95 percent of all apartments downtown have already been rented out.
The city skyline is also continuing to change. The report lists 20 projects currently under construction including the Dillon, Union Station and a $100 million tower at Peace and West streets.
The cranes in the sky may be the most eye-catching aspect of downtown's development at the moment, but the Alliance's 2025 plan has more green space and better transit options listed as its top priorities.