Greenfire Development

  • 21c Museum Hotel in Durham Welcomes First Guests

    The 21c Museum Hotel in the heart of downtown Durham is now open.

    Raleigh Durham 19 March 2015 16:23
  • Austin Lawrence to Develop $40M Mixed-Used Tower in Durham’s Historic District

    The Historic Preservation Commission has approved the construction of a 26-story mixed-use building in the heart of downtown Durham. According to the NewsObserver, the proposed “City Center” high-rise will include 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail; 70,000 square feet of offices; and 133 luxury apartments on the upper 21 floors. Austin Lawrence Partners of Colorado is developing the project, which will be located inside the city’s historic central business district, at the former Woolworth’s site between Parrish and Main streets. Last November, the company purchased the site, along with four adjacent buildings which will be incorporated in the new development. Greenfire Development sold the properties for $3 million.

    Raleigh Durham 11 April 2013 16:15

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