Photo Courtesy of Stewart Waller & DCVB
Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham
Project HighlightsProject Highlights
Durham BullsDurham Bulls
•10,000 seat capacity at DBAP
•Over 500,000 visitors per year
•Signature ballpark has serves as
a...
Private Investment Estimate: $200+ Million
•Public Investment: $46 Million
•1,000,000 Square Feet
•3,000+ Jobs
•Current Ma...
Durham PerformingDurham Performing
Arts CenterArts Center
•2,800 seat performing arts center
•Nederlander, the theater ope...
Diamond View IIDiamond View II
•Smith Breeden Associates
•KeySource Bank
•James Scott Farrin
•Over 100,000 square feet
•To...
Durham TransportationDurham Transportation
StationStation
•14,500 square feet
•$12 million project cost
•City is currently...
RetailRetail
Goal 
Indigenous Arts, Crafts, Retail,
Restaurants, Entertainment
Retail Market Analysis
New Businesses
The ...
Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham
Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success
CCB Plaza
Made possible by a gift ...
Downtown EntertainmentDowntown Entertainment
Carolina Theatre
•Theater that hosts shows, concerts,
festivals & movies
•Hom...
County CourthouseCounty Courthouse
Justice Building – 302,000 SF
•Project cost $100+ million-includes
1000 space parking d...
Human Services CenterHuman Services Center
Human Services Complex - 243,000 SF
•Project cost $85 million-includes 450
spac...
Golden BeltGolden Belt
•Major Mixed Use Development by
Scientific Properties
•Residential Loft Apartments
•Office & Restau...
Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham
Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success
Durham Central Park
•Greenway trai...
Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham
Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success
Pavilion at Durham Central Park
•P...
Historic Durham Athletic ParkHistoric Durham Athletic Park
RenovationRenovation
•$5 Million of City Funding
•Numerous prop...
Entertainment in Central ParkEntertainment in Central Park
•Great new venues in Northern end
of Downtown
•Have become a de...
West Village Phase 1West Village Phase 1
•Completed in 2000
•36,000 square feet of Office Space
•241 Luxury Loft Apartment...
West Village Phase 2West Village Phase 2
•Private Investment: $148 Million
•900,000+/- Square Feet
•340 Loft Apartments
•1...
Durham StationDurham Station
Brand new Amtrak Station located in the
Walker Warehouse in West Village Phase II
Brightleaf SquareBrightleaf Square
•Casey & Company
•Edward Jones Investments
•James Kennedy Antiques
•Offbeat Music
•STB ...
Peabody PlacePeabody Place
•Morgan Imports
•Lilly’s Pizza
•Parker & Otis
Retail/Entertainment/RestaurantsRetail/Entertainment/Restaurants
•The Federal
•DeVines
•James Joyce
•Clear-Vue Glass
•Aliv...
A Hub for EntrepreneursA Hub for Entrepreneurs
•3 Incubators
•2 Accelerators
•Over 50 Startups
Projects in the WorksProjects in the Works
•Holland Hotel
•Underground @ Main
•21c and the Hill Building
•Chesterfield
•Wo...
That’s the end!
Thanks for your interest.
Contact Bill at bill.kalkhof@gmail.com
Downtown Durham: Project Highlights
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Downtown Durham: Project Highlights

  1. 1. Photo Courtesy of Stewart Waller & DCVB Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham Project HighlightsProject Highlights
  2. 2. Durham BullsDurham Bulls •10,000 seat capacity at DBAP •Over 500,000 visitors per year •Signature ballpark has serves as anchor for regional entertainment district
  3. 3. Private Investment Estimate: $200+ Million •Public Investment: $46 Million •1,000,000 Square Feet •3,000+ Jobs •Current Major Tenants: CompuWare GlaxoSmithKline Duke University McKinney / InterSouth Partners Square One Bank Mellow Mushroom Cuban Revolution (2009) Bronto Tyler’s Taproom Saladelia Cafe Café Zen The Art Institute Burt’s Bees Public Incentives: •City Parking Deck-$20 million •County Parking Deck-$23 million •Historic Tax Credits •Did not seek Durham’s Historic Tax Deferral American Tobacco Project-Phase IAmerican Tobacco Project-Phase I The largest historic renovation in North Carolina History!
  4. 4. Durham PerformingDurham Performing Arts CenterArts Center •2,800 seat performing arts center •Nederlander, the theater operator is responsible for any operating loss and has agreed to commit $250,000 to the project •Total Investment: $46 Million •1,000,000 visitor in 2011 •Net Revenues over $1.2 million in 2nd year •61 sellouts and 175 events in 2nd year •Financial $ Profits
  5. 5. Diamond View IIDiamond View II •Smith Breeden Associates •KeySource Bank •James Scott Farrin •Over 100,000 square feet •Tobacco Road Sports Café Diamond View III •Proposed Office building on Blackwell Street •Breaking ground in 2012
  6. 6. Durham TransportationDurham Transportation StationStation •14,500 square feet •$12 million project cost •City is currently reviewing proposals for a major mixed- use development by a private developer on the site
  7. 7. RetailRetail Goal  Indigenous Arts, Crafts, Retail, Restaurants, Entertainment Retail Market Analysis New Businesses The Exotique Rue Cler Through This Lens Dame’s Chicken & Waffles Beyu Caffe Bull McCabes Pinhook Toast Dos Perros Revolution Whiskey Dolly’s The Republic
  8. 8. Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success CCB Plaza Made possible by a gift from Central Carolina Bank in the amount of $400,000
  9. 9. Downtown EntertainmentDowntown Entertainment Carolina Theatre •Theater that hosts shows, concerts, festivals & movies •Home to Full Frame Documentary Film Festival & Gay & Lesbian Film Festival •Draws close to 150,000 people per year Durham Arts Council •Hosts art shows, classes & events •Allenton & Semas Galleries for displaying Art •Draws over 200,000 people per year
  10. 10. County CourthouseCounty Courthouse Justice Building – 302,000 SF •Project cost $100+ million-includes 1000 space parking deck •Completion currently schedule for 2012
  11. 11. Human Services CenterHuman Services Center Human Services Complex - 243,000 SF •Project cost $85 million-includes 450 space parking lot in the 500 block of East Main St •Completion currently scheduled for 2012
  12. 12. Golden BeltGolden Belt •Major Mixed Use Development by Scientific Properties •Residential Loft Apartments •Office & Restaurant Space •Working Artist Gallery & Event Space •Blend Café •Moshi Moshi Salon
  13. 13. Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success Durham Central Park •Greenway trail runs through central park and will connect the American Tobacco Trail to the Ellerbe Creek Trail - $250,000 Grant •Stream Restoration project to restore the creek channel and create new rain gardens - $250,000 Grant •Public Art provided by DDI in Sister Cities Sign and Stones
  14. 14. Downtown DurhamDowntown Durham Public Investment in SuccessPublic Investment in Success Pavilion at Durham Central Park •Pavilion at Durham Central Park that provides a permanent home for the market •$350,000 private fund raising •2,000+ visitors each week
  15. 15. Historic Durham Athletic ParkHistoric Durham Athletic Park RenovationRenovation •$5 Million of City Funding •Numerous property sales around DAP •Planning effort underway to define area with DAP as center piece •Now Open! •Home for NCCU Baseball •Capitol Broadcasting manages DAP
  16. 16. Entertainment in Central ParkEntertainment in Central Park •Great new venues in Northern end of Downtown •Have become a destination in a very short time period Motorco Music Hall FullSteam Brewery Kings
  17. 17. West Village Phase 1West Village Phase 1 •Completed in 2000 •36,000 square feet of Office Space •241 Luxury Loft Apartments •High ceilings, exposed brick walls, timber columns, wood floors and large industrial windows •Upscale Italian Restaurant Tosca •$36 million investment
  18. 18. West Village Phase 2West Village Phase 2 •Private Investment: $148 Million •900,000+/- Square Feet •340 Loft Apartments •100,000 square feet of Office Space •53,000 square feet of Retail Space •52,000 square feet of Research Lab Space Public Incentives: •Up to $4 million in streetscape improvements (Is this an incentive?) •Historic Tax Credits •Historic Tax Deferral
  19. 19. Durham StationDurham Station Brand new Amtrak Station located in the Walker Warehouse in West Village Phase II
  20. 20. Brightleaf SquareBrightleaf Square •Casey & Company •Edward Jones Investments •James Kennedy Antiques •Offbeat Music •STB Men’s Salon •Wentworth & Leggett Rare Books and Prints •Vert & Vogue •Hamilton Hill International Jewelry •Amelia Café •Chamas (Brazilian Steakhouse) •Down Under Pub (Pub Fare) •El Rodeo (Mexican) •Fishmongers (Seafood) •Palmero Deli (Deli) •Mount Fuji (Asian Bistro) •Rainbow Chinese (Chinese) •Satisfaction (Pizza & Burgers) •Toreros (Mexican) •Piazza Italia
  21. 21. Peabody PlacePeabody Place •Morgan Imports •Lilly’s Pizza •Parker & Otis
  22. 22. Retail/Entertainment/RestaurantsRetail/Entertainment/Restaurants •The Federal •DeVines •James Joyce •Clear-Vue Glass •Alivia’s Durham Bistro •1000 West Main St •Casbah
  23. 23. A Hub for EntrepreneursA Hub for Entrepreneurs •3 Incubators •2 Accelerators •Over 50 Startups
  24. 24. Projects in the WorksProjects in the Works •Holland Hotel •Underground @ Main •21c and the Hill Building •Chesterfield •Woolworth’s property: Austin Lawrence Partners •West Village Apartments •Former Holiday Inn Property: EdR •Residence Inn Hotel: Concord Hospitality •Liberty Warehouse •Greenfire/Armada Hoffler Apartments •Aloft Hotel – East Parking Deck & DPAC
  25. 25. That’s the end! Thanks for your interest. Contact Bill at bill.kalkhof@gmail.com

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