New Visitor Developments
Listed below are some changes and renovations expected with existing visitor-related features in Durham as well as new items currently under development or in the planning stages. If you have any questions or would like more information about any of these visitor developments, contact Shelly Green, President & CEO, at [email protected] or (919) 680-8302 (primary), or Heather Darnell, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, at [email protected] or (919) 680-8326.
|'Que||Diamond View III complex at American Tobacco||This barbecue restaurant will feature pitmaster Ed Mitchell's whole-hog barbecue, smoked pigs along with turkey and ribs with a focus on local ingredients. There will be a full bar and a patio that can seat 150.||Under Construction||April, 2014|
|21c Durham||111 Corcoran St||The 17-story Hill bank building is being converted into a 125-room boutique hotel restaurant/bar and museum showing curated, rotating exhibits of "museum-quality" contemporary art that is open free to the public 24 hours a day, similar to other 21c museum hotels.||Under Construction||2015|
|320 E. Chapel Hill Renovation||320 E. Chapel Hill St||Plans to renovate the exterior of the historic three-story building at 320 E. Chapel Hill St. to allow for two condos, office space and two different café/bar businesses on the building’s ground floor.||Under Construction||TBD|
|605 WEST||605 W. Chapel Hill St.||Memphis developer EdR and Javelin 19 of Washington, D.C., is building the $46.1-million, 338-unit 605 West apartments on a 3.2-acre tract on 605 West Chapel Hill Street. The complex will include a swimming pool, yoga studio, attached garage and Internet access.||Under Development||TBD|
|Alston Avenue Expansion||Alston Avenue to Holloway Street||$19.2 million widening of one-mile stretch of Alston Avenue from the Durham Freeway north to Holloway Street. North Carolina Department of Transportation plans to make Alston Avenue a four-lane road divided by a median.||Under Consideration||May 2014|
|American Tobacco Campus Expansion||American Tobacco Campus||Two buildings featuring 158,000 square feet of offices, retail, residential or hotel space. One 81,000-square-foot building would sit directly northwest of DPAC; the other would wrap around the center's parking deck.||TBD||TBD|
|American Tobacco Trail (Segment from Hwy 54 South)||N.C. 54 South to the Chatham County Line||This project includes the completion of four miles of the American Tobacco Trail (ATT) from NC 54 to the Chatham County line and will include a bridge across I-40 west of the I-40/Fayetteville Road interchange. The trail will be paved and will include several pedestrian signals at roadway crossings along the route.||Under Construction||Spring, 2014|
|Angier Dr. Streetscape Project||Angier Dr. and Driver St.||A $3.5 city street project will repave streets, as well as add benches, sidewalks and crosswalks. The project will also include handicapped accessible ramps.||Under Construction||TBD|
|Circuit Drive Amphitheatre, Pavilion & Reclamation Pond||Intersection of Circuit Drive, Towerview & Erwin roads||12-acre site between Erwin Road and Circuit Drive near Towerview Road, which will be transformed into a park like setting. The $9 million initiative will include a 6-acre, 23 million gallon pond, pavilion, bridge, boardwalk, walking paths and amphitheater and with lawn seating. Once operational, the pond will collect rainwater and runoff from 22% of the main campus area and be utilized in the nearby chilled water plants to cool and dehumidify campus and medical buildings.||Under Construction||Spring 2015|
|City Center Building||Parrish and Main Streets||Austin Lawrence Partners, a Colorado developer, plans to construct a $40 million 26-story, 424,000-square foot high-rise at the former Woolworth’s site between Parrish and Main streets. City Center is planned to house about 21,000 square feet of street-level retail space; interior parking on floors two and three; 62,000 square feet of office space on floors three, four and five; and a stepped-back tower accommodating 130 to 134 apartments – the top six floors of which are contemplated as for-sale units of 1,750 to 2,400 square feet.||City Center Building||TBD|
|Crescent Main Street||Main Street||Charlotte real estate developer Crescent Communities is developing a $41 million apartment complex project. Crescent Main Street will have both a three-story and a four-story building with a combined 208 apartment units. It will be located on a 4-acre lot bound by West Main Street, 15th Street and Rutherford Street, about two blocks from Duke University Central Campus and Medical Center.||Crescent Main Street||Fall 2014|
|Crescent Ninth Street||2109 Hillsborough Road||$47 million four-story apartment complex with 303 units, central lawn, community park, dog park, pool and fitness courtyard. Architecture style will mirror the existing style of historic Erwin Mill.||Under Construction||TBD|
|Denson Apartments||1600 Block of Sedgefield St.||The Denson Apartments are being built in the 1600 block of Sedgefield Street off Guess Road. The apartmetnts will house 11 homeless United States military veterans.||Under Construction||Fall 2014|
|Diamond View III||American Tobacco Campus||The newest building planned for development in the American Tobacco Campus area overlooking the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The 5-story building will add an additional 130,000 square feet of retail and office space to the American Tobacco Historic District and will maintain the campus' signature style of rehabbed factories with modern features and amenities. Restaurants going into the building on the first level include Moe's Southwest Grill and 'Que. FHI 360 has already moved into upper level office space.||Partially-open||Early 2014|
|Downtown Durham Parking Deck||Corner of Parrish and Church Streets||320-space, $7.4 million parking deck which is a joint plan between Greenfire and the county. The garage will be built in 5 years on what is now a 0.8 acre city-owned surface parking lot. The county will lease 210 spots in the new deck to Greenfire and the additional 110 spots will be available to the public at an hourly rate.||Construction Start 2013||TBD|
|DPAC Expansion||123 Vivian St.||A $10 million 102,000 sq ft expansion to DPAC would include a 134-room ALoft hotel, retail space, a new President’s Club Lounge, and 15 more toilets for women.||Under Development||Late 2014/Early 2015|
|Duke Park Bathouse||Roxboro and I-85||A dilapidated, bathhouse in Duke Park may be rennovated to become an open-air pavillion with a roof. The plans call for etaining the historic building’s form and re-using its salvageable materials.||Under Consideration||TBD|
|Duke University Central Campus Redevelopment||Campus Drive, Duke University||$400 million dollar redevelopment includes 500 bed spaces for students, new space for the visual arts departments, the languages, literatures, and cultural studies departments, the John Hope Franklin Institute, new classrooms, a library commons, and dining, recreation and other services that will serve the needs of the campus community. Minimum of LEED Silver certification is the target for all construction with some buildings to be identified for higher goal.||Construction Underway||TBD|
|Duke University Special Libraries Renovation||West Campus||Modernization of the Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library and transformation of the 1928 West Campus library building and its 1948 addition into a state-of-the-art research facility.||David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Construction Underway||2015|
|Durham Armory||220 Foster St.||Renovations to the Durham Armory will take place from April-July 2014. This $300,000 interior renovation project will include: Refinishing the hardwood floors, baseboards and stripping the painted brick walls in the main assembly space, and HVAC upgrades in the restrooms and kitchen. The storefront windows along the existing façade will also be replaced with historically appropriate doors and arched windows to match the originals.||Under Renovation||July 2014|
|Durham Bulls Athletic Park Upgrade||409 Blackwell St.||The Durham Bulls Athletic Park will receive a $18-million makeover and upfit. Improvements would include a terrace-seating area behind center field, low-water toilets, an improved sound system, LED video signs and a banquet area big enough for several hundred people. New concessions would go above the right-field seats, extending from the existing canopy to the end of the grandstand. Currently, all concessions are on a concourse behind the stands with no view of the field.||Under Development||Spring/Summer 2014|
|Durham Central Market||Downtown Durham||10,000 square foot neighborhood co-op grocery located on Mangum Street between Hunt and Broadway Streets with a parking lot and 3500 sq. feet of green space.||Under Construction||Early 2015|
|Durham Central Park Cohousing Community||132 Hunt St||Durham Central Park Cohousing Community is building on less than an acre of land downtown,. They will build a four-story, 24-unit condominium to be shared by 20 families. The Community will have 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units with access to common dining room, kitchen, great room, meeting rooms, guest bedrooms, gardens, and rooftop patio.||Under Construction||March 2014|
|Durham City Hall||101 City Hall Plaza||Durham City Hall will undergo at $6.35-million facelift. The main entrance will be enhanced with panels and signage, an unused exterior staircase will be removed, the air conditioning system will be replaced, leaks will be fixed, and the building will be made ADA compliant.||Under Development||2014|
|Durham Distillery||TBD||Melissa and Lee Katrincic of Durham Distillery are seeking a downtown Durham space for their gin-producing business. They plan to distill 230-liter batches and to bottle and sell the gin through a distributor, while also maintaining a small cocktail bar for tastings and tours.||Under Development||Late 2014|
|Durham Rescue Mission Expansion||507 East Knox Street||$4.5 million 34,000-square-foot expansion of Durham Rescue Mission to begin with Center for Hope addition which will add 88 more beds and include an expanded kitchen and dining room. Phase two will be dormitory buildings and the third phase will be to build permanent supportive housing.||Opened February, 2013||TBD|
|East End Connector||Durham Freeway and U.S. 70||$162 million, 16-mile project, which includes a 3.6-mile expressway between the Durham Freeway and U.S. 70 as well as improvements to U.S 70.||Construction begins late 2014||TBD|
|Greenfire City Center Redevelopment||Downtown Durham||$284 million in downtown Durham to redevelop and create over 1 million sf (not including parking) of mixed use space. Greenfire is working with the City of Durham on a public/private partnership to redevelop within a 12-block area surrounding the Parrish Street corridor. Projects include: Rogers Alley, Boutique Hotel and Spa, Orange Street Mixed Use, Parrish Street Office Tower, Ramseur Residential, East Parrish Street Mixed Use.||TBD||TBD|
|Growler Griz||Hope Valley Rd.||A south Durham craft beer shop is planning to sell micro-brews in growlers Growler Griz is scheduled to open in March or in April in a shopping center off Hope Valley Road.||Under Development||Spring 2014|
|Historic Durham Athletic Park Redevelopment||Corner of Corporation St and Morris Street||Second phase includes building the Minor League Baseball Fan Experience and Museum. Also, plans are to build a large facility that would overlook center and right fields.||TBD||TBD|
|Hollow Rock Access Area at New Hope Creek||32 acres in Durham County along Erwin Road||Phase 1 consists of building nature trails, information signs, bird-watching platforms, a parking lot, pedestrian bridges, bike racks, a picnic ground; renting portable toilets; and moving the old Hollow Rock Store building to the site and restoring it for a visitors' center. Phase 2 adds permanent restrooms and more trails, but is contingent upon closing the dirt section of little-used Pickett Road.||Under Development||TBD|
|Homewood Suites by Hilton RDU/RTP Renovation||4603 Central Park Drive||Plans call for major renovations to the Homewood Suites by Hilton Raleigh-Durham AP/Research Triangle, which has 122 rooms.||Under Development||Spring, 2014|
|Hotel Durham||315 E. Chapel Hill St.||The 315 Hotel Group, plans to transform the former home of the Mutual Community Savings Bank into a 54-room, full-service, luxury boutique hotel - Hotel Durham. The development project will include the hotel, a full-service restaurant, an outdoor rooftop lounge, business meeting space, a business center, and a fitness facility. A outdoor patio will be included on Holland Street. The cobblestones on Holland Street will be preserved, along with the trees.||Under Development||TBD|
|Jack Tar Motel Redevelopment||212 N.Corcoran St.||Austin Lawrence Partners is under contract to purchase the Jack Tar Motel on Corcoran Street. The Developer plans to turn the former motel into a hip, modern hotel with lower room rates. Plans include restoring the parking deck, pool deck and ground floor retail.||Under Consideration||TBD|
|Juju Asian Fusion||9th Street in the Shops at Erwin Rd.||Juju, a 4,721 sq ft. Asian fusion restaurant will open in July in the Shops at Erwin Mill development off Ninth Street. The restaurant, owned by Dos Perros' Charlie Deal, will serve dim sum as well as traditional Asian menu options. Juju will have a central bar serving handcrafted cocktails, craft beer, eclectic wines and premium sake. It will also have an outdoor dining patio.||Under Development||July, 2014|
|Kent Corner||West Chapel Hill St. and Kent Street||A $13 million Self-Help project will bring 46,000 square feet of office and retail development, including a co-op natural foods grocery store, Durham Central Market, at the corner of West Chapel Hill and Kent streets. The project’s general contractor is C.T. Wilson Construction, and the designer is DTW Architects & Planners, both of Durham.||Under Construction||Early 2015|
|Liberty Warehouse Redevelopment||Rigsbee Avenue and Foster Street||East West Partners has proposed a development of the Liberty Warehouse that would include 246 apartments, ground-floor retail shops, a parking deck, and several interior courtyards.The developer wants to incorporate an existing wall that now stands along the Durham Central Park side into the project, as well as existing signs and recycled building materials. East West Partners is under contract to buy the property from Greenfire Development by April, 2014.||Under Consideration||Spring 2016|
|Library - Main Branch||Durham County Library on North Roxboro Street||Proposed $10.8 million renovations to the current building including a reorientation of the entrance to the Liberty St. side straight into the second floor of the building, providing a more visible entry to improve the perception of security and to align the entry with downtown, regrading the eastern side of the site to replace the two long, sometimes distant parking "strips" with a parking lot closer to the building itself, and interior renovations to recapture space lost to inefficient mechanical systems and stairs, with a net addition of possibly 9,000 sq. ft. in a 65,000 sq. ft. shell.||Under Consideration||TBD|
|McPherson Hospital Redevelopment Project||1110 W Main St||Redevelopment of the former McPherson Hospital complex into a 100-room boutique hotel, along with residential, restaurant/retail, and office space. Plans call for renovation of the 1926 Colonial Revival brick hospital building, demolition/removal of other buildings, and new construction for the hotel, restaurant, and residences.||Rezoning approved September 2005; site planning and architectural design underway, City Council approved $1.3 million incentive package in Aug, 2013||TBA|
|Museum of Life + Science Additions||433 Murray Avenue||The Museum of Life + Science will open Hideaway Woods, a 2-acre, nature-based playscape and in Earth Moves, an innovative earth sciences exhibit where you will interact with nature by controlling forces that move rocks, cause earthquakes, erode land, and unearth gems.||Museum of Life + Science Additions||2015 and 2016|
|NCCU Expansion Project||NCCU, 1801 Fayetteville St||Four phases of development will expand the growing NCCU campus. Expansion includes: adding two new parking decks, a new student union, a new library and renovation of the current library, several new commons areas, a new convocation center on Fayetteville St.||NCCU Expansion||All Phases Complete 2017|
|Nicholas School of the Environment||Duke University West Campus||A 70,000-square-foot five-story, glass-and-concrete building to serve as the new home of the Nicholas School of the Environment; incorporates the highest sustainable features and technologies, and meets or exceeds the criteria for LEED platinum certification.||Under Construction||Spring , 2014|
|Ninth Street North Phase 1-A||Ninth, Green and Iredell Streets||This project would provide 10,000 square feet of space for shops and restaurants and 222,046 square feet of apartments on about 2.7 acres. The project would be, at its tallest, six stories, but would descend in height heading toward Green Street. It would have an internal parking deck and a dining terrace on Green St.. The project is being developed by Glenn Dickson and Charlotte-based Terwilliger Pappas.||Under Development||TBD|
|Patterson Place Apartment Complex Project||3705 Southwest Durham Dr.||The 322-unit Patterson Place project will be the first joint venture between CNL Growth Properties of Orlando and The Bainbridge Companies of Wellington, Fla., in a plan to jointly develop a $40.1 million apartment community. The upscale rental community is expected to have 322 units in three-story residential buildings with one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, and an average unit size of 961 square feet. Plans also include a clubhouse, business center, fitness center, dog park, attached and detached garages, playground, a landscaped pool deck and walking connection to a greenway trail.||Under Development||TBD|
|Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice||906 Carroll St||Plans by a consortium including Duke's Pauli Murray Project to purchase and renovate the Durham childhood home of the famed activist.||TBD||TBD|
|Power House Building||300 Fuller St.||Duke University will spend $4 million to renovate the Power House building, which will house the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP).||Under Development||TBD|
|Public Art Installations||Durham Convention Center and CCB Plaza||Durham City Council will vote on April 7 whether or not to approve two public art installations. Brenda Holmes plans to install a civil rights mural project on the Durham Convention Center west wall. Al Frega plans to install a sculpture in CCB Plaza.||TBD||TBD|
|RDU Terminal Renovation, Expansion, and Redevelopment||Terminal 1, RDU International Airport||Delta, United, Continental, US Air and JetBlue have relocated to Terminal 2 as Terminal 1 is closed to passengers in preparation for a $60 million makeover. Terminal 1 will reopen with modern amenities including new bag handling system and glass elevators and with Southwest as its anchor tenant. The building's northern appendage will be closed permanently. A small museum, "Heritage Hall" will be located behind the Delta Air Lines Ticketing Counter in Terminal 2.||Phase 2, Under Construction||2014|
|Research Triangle Park Park Center Redevelopment||I-40, Davis Drive, N.C. 54 and N.C. 147.||Research Triangle Foundation has taken control of nearly 100 acres off Interstate 40, where it plans to introduce the first major residential and retail developments in Research Triangle Park's 55-year history. The development would include spaces where entrepreneurs and executives can meet. The exact specifications of those construction plans haven’t been detailed yet.||Under Development||TBD|
|Sam's Bottle Shop||NC Hwy 54 Across from Hope Valley Commons||The owner of Sam's Quik Shop is planning on constructing a building to house Sam’s Bottle Shop, a new location that would also focus on selling beer. The site will have a second-floor tasting room and will have space for educational events to spread awareness about craft beer..||Under Development||2014|
|Southside East Phase I||Lakewood Avenue between South Roxboro and Fayetteville streets||A mixed-income apartment complex, complete with a community center, playground, swimming pool and retention pond. $11 million for Phase I, which is being built on 6.2 acres along Lakewood Avenue between South Roxboro and Fayetteville streets. The Southside project area encompasses approximately 125 acres located south of the Durham Freeway and just north of North Carolina Central University. Construction of the first phase of rental development will begin in the spring of 2012 and will consist of 119 rental units and 13 “live-work” units located at Lakewood Avenue and Roxboro Street. McCormack||Under Construction||April, 2014|
|Straw Valley Food & Drink||5420 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd.||Chef Adam Rose is partnering with Master Sommelier Fred Dexheimer to develop a multi-part indoor/ourdoor food and drink complex. The oasis-style campus will include the Sanderson House, a casual restaurant and lounge that will offer small plates and cocktails with a rock and roll vibe. There will also be a beer garden serving burgers, sausage and seafood. The Black House and Straw Valley Cafe are currently open in this complex serving lunch and dinner. The Black House is a 50-seat fine dining restaurant that serves farm to table food with an international flair. Straw Valley Cafe serves Carrboro Coffee, fresh pressed juices and a curated selection of wines, beers and spirits.||Under Development/Partially Open||Opening in Phases (Straw Valley Cafe and The Black House Open)|
|The Durham Sculpture Project||Downtown Durham||A monumental 30ft sculpture designed by Durham artist John Wendelbo, to be built in Durham and donated to the Durham community. Grassroots fundraising effort underway to pay for the $800,000 in fabrication and materials expense.||Fundraising Stage||TBD|
|The Renaissance at Durham Centre||Next to existing Durham Centre tower at 300 W Morgan||15-story tower of 186 plush condos, a restaurant, and potentially a five-star hotel. Estimated cost: $50 million. Amenities could include a doorman, health club, concierge service, valet parking, security, swimming pool, and meeting and entertainment space.||Construction to begin when 40% of condominiums are reserved||TBD|
|Tower at Lakeview||Intersection of Erwin Road and Downing Street||A $54 million, 14-story tall apartment tower. If built, it will be the tallest apartment building constructed in the Triangle in more than 30 years.||Under Development||2014|
|Triangle Brewing Company||812 Mallard St.||Triangle Brewing Co. is planning to move from its current space at 918 Pearl St. and buy a 22,000 foot warehouse at 812 Mallard St. where they plan to move and expand their brewing operations.They're also planning to open a 1,800-square-foot taproom at the new location.||Under Development||TBD|
|Triangle Curling Club Curling Rink||2310 So Hi Drive||Triangle Curling Club is building a dedicated curling facility in Durham with the purchase of 7 acres near the Research Triangle Park on So Hi Drive. The Curling Center will be the first of its kind in the southeastern United States. The Rink will have 14,500 square feet of space, and four curling lanes.||Under Development||October, 2014|
|Ultimate Frisbee Complex||Hamplin Road, North Durham||Plans call for a six-field private park for Ultimate Frisbee players on a 22.6-acre site off Hamlin Road in north Durham. Zoning was approved by County Commissioners in September, 2011.||Triangle Flying Disc Association Ultiplex||TBD|
|Waterline Pipe Replacement||Downtown Durham||The Water Management Department will replace nearly 2.3 miles of underground piping, starting sometime in the spring and likely continuing into the fall of 2015. The roads include the northern section of the downtown loop, Rigsbee Avenue, Mangum St. , Roxboro St., Market St., Rigsbee Avenue and Mangum, Roxboro, Market, Foster, Holland, Orange and Church streets.||Under Development||Fall 2015|
|West Union Building Renovation||Duke Campus West - Events Pavilion||West Union building renovation calls for a completely revamped student life center as well as the creation of an events pavilion, a new 25,000 square foot meeting and event space. It is estimated that the demolition phase of the project will run through February 2014. Construction is expected to run from February 2014 until early 2016. When finished, contractors will have renovated more than 110,000 square feet inside the eight-decade-old building. When West Union reopens, the state-of-the-art dining center will serve about 6,000 meals a day in a community setting.||Under Construction||2016|
|West Village Apartments Expansion||601 West Morgan Street||Federal Capital Partners is building a six-story 156-unit apartment building at the former parking lot at 601 West Morgan Street. The building is slated to include some interior parking.||Under Construction||2015|
Developments Under Consideration
Bethpage Office Park
Proposed office park to be developed by Tri Properties. Plan to develop 55 acres off Chin Page Rd in southeastern Durham. Initial plans call for 3-5 office buildings ranging from 100,000 to 150,000 sq.-ft—to total 1 million sq.-ft. of office space.
Carver Street Extension
Extending Carver Street one mile in northeastern Durham from Danube Lane east to Hamlin Road.
City Park and Athletic Field Complex
Snow Hill Rd, just southwest of Little River Reservoir, opposite Northwood Forest neighborhood - proposed $9 million, 105-acre complex featuring 8 athletic fields and adjacent to a planned middle school. Once funding is in place, site development could take 2 years.
Downtown Loop Two-Way Conversion
Conversion of the streets that comprise the “downtown loop” (Roxboro Street, Morgan Street, Great Jones Street, and Ramseur Street) from one-way to two-way traffic to improve vehicular and pedestrian access to the downtown core and potentially facilitate continued economic redevelopment.
Duke Park Bathhouse
Firm has been hired to perform field work to assess the state of the bathhouse and determine its future.
Hayti Museum Project
Former Mechanics & Farmers Bank building on Fayetteville St becomes an artifacts museum including Blues History.
Heritage Square Redevelopment
Current Heritage Square shopping center in the historic Hayti business district to become an 800,000-square-foot collection of shops, offices and residential units. $125 million dollar project would need both private and government investment. Rezoning of district has been approved. Timelines and funding have not been established.
Joven Northeast Creek
188-acre project at the northeast corner of Ellis Rd and NC 147 to develop 209 single-family homes, 207 townhouses, 260 apartments, 235,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, and 89,000 sq. ft. of office/other space.
New Hope Creek Corridor Regional Park
43 acres of former Duke Forest land purchased in April 2005 by the City and County of Durham, Orange County, and Chapel Hill to be developed for recreational use; it is the first regional park partnership between the four local governments; inter-governmental agreement, grant funding, and plans approved.
Ninth Street North, Second Phase
Nearly 225,000 square feet of apartments, retail and office space to the block between Ninth and Iredell streets. Project approved by the Durham Planning Commission in January 2009.
Ninth Street Redevelopment
200,000-square-foot project that would include a mix of street-level retail, office space and multifamily units along the 600, 700 and 800 block of duplexes, parking lots and small commercial buildings.
Regional Rail Transit
The Triangle Transit Authority, Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization, Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Triangle Council of Governments, NC Department of Transportation, and Regional Transportation Alliance are rethinking inter-city transit throughout the region.
Southside/Rolling Hills Redevelopment
Concept of a mix of apartments and townhouses, "flex buildings" for residents or businesses, new parks, and reconfigured streets to restore physical aspects of Hayti in the Rolling Hills subdivision and the adjacent, Southside.
Van Alen Project
1.86 million square feet of offices, shops, residences, hotel rooms and parking decks on the former Elkins Chrysler-Mitsubishi dealership, a six-acre site bounded by Jackie Robinson Drive and Roxboro, Mangum and Dillard streets. Rough plans include a building with up up to 200 hotel rooms and up to 200 condominiums, plus two office buildings.
Durham, Orange Water & Sewer Authority (Serving Chapel Hill and Carrboro), Chatham and Orange counties are considering joining in on the construction and operation of a water connection to provide extra reservoirs during future droughts. Construction of the intake would be more than five years down the road, but less than 10. It is roughly estimated to cost tens of millions of dollars.