The Soleil Center was a 43-story skyscraper and condo-hotel planned for Raleigh, North Carolina. The 480 ft (146 m) building was to be located next to the Crabtree Valley Mall on Glenwood Avenue (US 70) just north of the I-440 beltline, in an area variously known as "Midtown Raleigh" or "Uptown Raleigh". The Soleil Center was intended to be the second tallest building in Raleigh and in the Triangle region. The new RBC Plaza building in downtown Raleigh is the tallest. The Soleil Center was to contain a 290-room four-Star Westin hotel, 54 condominiums, 100,000 sq ft (9,300 m2) of office space, a spa and a 600-car parking garage. The total cost for the project was estimated to be 175 million dollars and was a private investment project of the Soleil Group.