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New Developments

There’s always something new.

Whether it’s your first time or your hundredth time visiting Durham, there’s always something new to discover. Durham continues to attract visitors, residents and business at a growing pace with new developments announced on a regular basis. Find out what's in the works with our searchable listings of anticipated visitor-related projects and renovations that are currently in the planning stages or under development, including hotels, residential and mixed-use spaces, dining and more.

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The George

512 W Geer St., Downtown (2023)

Across from the historic Durham Athletic Park, The George will have 40 1-3 bedroom condos, lounge, fitness studio, and rooftop terrace.
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Forest Hill Heights Site

Downtown (TBD)

Durham Housing Authority plans a mixed-income apartment community with 575 units plus 14,600 square feet of non-residential space.
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Fayette Place Site

Downtown (TBD)

Durham Housing Authority plans for a 200+ unit, mixed-income apartment community with office and retail space, including a grocery store.
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From Triangle Business Journal

Downtown Durham YMCA

Downtown (TBD)

Plans include a 27-story residential tower and an 11-story office building with a new YMCA using the two bottom floors.
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From Eno Venture Park

Eno Venture Park

North Durham (TBD)

This huge 1.5 million square feet industrial park will spread across 160-acres and likely serve life science and manufacturing businesses.
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From The Herald Sun.

Gateway Project

Southwest Durham (TBD)

The plan calls for 308 market-rate apartments in five, four-story buildings with amenities, and a possible 72 affordable senior apartments.
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The Novus

Downtown (2024)

This 27-story high-rise will boast 54 for-sale condominiums and 188 rental apartments as well as ground-floor retail.
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GeerHouse

Downtown (2023)

Plans to bring a major mixed-use development to Durham include hundreds of apartments over retail and entertainment space.
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