PRESS RELEASES, MEDIA, AWARDS
“Our location is right in the heart of downtown and we’re getting to serve a much large community with this new store,”....
The space, designed by Morgan Haynes at Center Studio Architecture and executed by Pete Zseleczky of Gateway Building Co., is bright and open with an industrial-modern look popular to many downtown Durham establishments.
Award for Small Development
The award for Small-Scale Development is given to new construction, conversions, or improvements to either a multifamily residential property, mixed-use property, or commercial property below 12,000 square feet.
The growing commercial hub of the West End neighborhood, located around the intersection of Kent and West Chapel Hill streets, is set for a new restaurant this year with the team behind Nosh in the midst of renovating a 61-year-old service station on West Chapel Hill Street.
Soon enough, you won’t have to wait until the State Fair comes to town, or even the next food truck rodeo, when you can get a little bit of both worlds at County Fare in Lakewood.
“In the former Revolution space at 107 W. Main St., owners Roberto Copa Matos and Elizabeth Turnbull will serve the dishes of Cuba from the 1800s, which Matos says have been largely lost in what we typically think of as Cuban food today.”
The Root Cellar’s second location is now serving in Pittsboro – the first retail space to open in the expansive Chatham Park development.
Adaptive Reuse – Old building, New Design
The award for Adaptive Reuse is given to the most innovative new designs applied to existing properties either residential or commercial, especially Durham’s historic resources and inventory.
“Rocky Top Catering has announced that it has acquired a new 18,000-square-foot space to serve as a commissary for the organization’s food service operations. The facility, located at 5000 Departure Drive, is believed to be the largest kitchen for catering services in the greater Triangle area and will be in operation in early 2018.”