Stanhope Center

  • Nonprofit FHI 360 Opens New HQ at American Tobacco in Durham

    International nonprofit organization FHI 360 has opened its new headquarters at the recently completed LEED-certified Diamond View III building within the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham.

    Raleigh Durham 13 December 2013 15:06
  • Local Developer Proposes New Plan for Mixed-Use Stanhope Center in Raleigh

    Local developer Melton “Val” Valentine has submitted a new plan for the three-building mixed-use project along Hillsborough Street near N.C. State University in Raleigh. According to the Triangle Business Journal, Valentine is proposing two five-story retail and residential buildings, as well as a 70-foot-tall parking deck. The new development will spread across a 12-acre site known as Stanhope Center, bringing a total of 154 apartments and more than 55,700 square feet of retail space. The Site Group LLC of Raleigh is designing the project, the newspaper reports.

    Raleigh Durham 25 April 2013 16:36

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