Breathing New Life…

We’ve got big plans for Durham—and we’re proud of our progress so far. Our portfolio is built on some solid pillars of Bull City history, each with unique opportunities for future commercial tenants.

The Snow Building

Built in 1930, the Snow Building boasts an unmistakable Art Deco facade. The mixed-use space has long housed retail and commercial businesses, a penthouse apartment, and a manually operated elevator—the last of its kind in the state. We’re excited to turn this beautiful old building into an ideal home for modern businesses of all stripes, with amenities like a new cafe and yoga studio.

433 West Main

Located on the Downtown Loop at the entrance to downtown Durham, 433 West Main offers spacious floors and 270 degree views of downtown Durham. Originally completed in 1974, this serviceable modernist standby was sorely in need of some 21st century TLC. We’ve added solar panels, among other improvements, to make this modern building more energy-efficient and attractive to savvy tenants.

The Rigsbee

You’ll find 211 Rigsbee Avenue behind the historic old post office near the heart of downtown Durham. Its convenient location in the Downtown Loop puts it within arm’s reach of both restaurants and retail—and soon, the building will offer unique amenities of its own. Not only are we renovating the second floor, but we’re adding a third, and a gorgeous rooftop terrace that will offer unsurpassed views of downtown.

505 S. Duke

This building is six iconic stories of immense potential and beautiful views. Located just off Highway 147, 505 South Duke Street is a short walk to the restaurants and retail of downtown, as well as the Durham Performing Arts Center, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, and the historic American Tobacco Campus. The building’s renovation plans include modernization of the HVAC system and elevators, and there’s plenty of onsite parking (with covered spaces available).