“I thoroughly enjoyed working with the team at Rich Commercial Realty to find the perfect home for Vita Vite. From our first meeting, they completely understood my vision and thanks to their effort, we ended up with the ideal space.”
– Lindsay Rice, Owner


Vita Vite owner Lindsay Rice engaged RCR to assist her with locating and purchasing a property for her art gallery and wine bar concept. The goal was to find a property with a location that would appeal to her customer base, fit her style, and be an investment for her future. Lindsay was in need of a space large enough for her customers to visit and appreciate both a large selection of wine and multiple displays of art, while also including an event space and catering kitchen to host larger private events.


RCR combed the market and looked at spaces in several different submarkets in Raleigh with Lindsay and some of her creative partners. It was determined that the Warehouse District of downtown Raleigh provided the creative and hip feel that Vita Vite sought. Many projects in the area such as Union Station, the Citrix campus, and the Dillon project made this submarket popular with tenants but difficult to find available real estate. RCR was able to find an off-market building and negotiate with the owner to help ensure Vita Vite had the perfect home. Vita Vite acquired one of the few remaining vacant standalone buildings in the Warehouse District. 313 West Hargett Street went through an extensive renovation with Rock Creek Builders and is now one of the more elegant and impressive spaces in the Warehouse District and a very welcomed addition to downtown Raleigh.