Residential, Retail Buildings Could Replace Durham Eyesore
Posted August 8, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. — A major Durham eyesore could become a key part of the city's revitalization.
The city council voted 5-2 Thursday to rezone the Heart of Durham hotel property. The abandoned building sits on a prime piece of property at the entrance of the downtown loop.
A developer wants to build more than 400 apartments and 40 townhouses. Two 27-story towers for retail use could also get built on the land.
The project will be called the Residences at Ashton.