Part of what makes Durham special are several districts spread throughout the community, each with its own distinct feel and unique shopping opportunities. In Downtown Durham, the Brightleaf District is a shopping and dining destination built around two restored tobacco warehouses, while the nearby Golden Belt District is filled with artists and galleries, housed in a former hosiery factory. Other distinct shopping areas include the Ninth Street District, a college enclave complete with unique shops and restaurants along a quaint street, as well as the Rockwood District, lined with antique stores and acclaimed restaurants.
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Situated between Duke’s East and West Campuses, the Ninth Street district is a slice of Durham with a college feel. It features unique and independent stores selling books, clothes, memorabilia, …