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Pay-By-Ounce Taproom Coming to Downtown Durham

Asheville-based Bar Slated for Durham's Unscripted Hotel

Exciting news for our friends at the new Unscripted Hotel in Downtown Durham! Pour Taproom, an Asheville-based bar with locations in Greenville, SC and Santa Cruz, CA, announced today that its newest national location will be in Downtown Durham at Unscripted Hotel. The new bar concept will feature 50 craft beers, ciders and wines on tap where guests can pour their own brews.

Just another reason why Downtown Durham is the place to be! Stay tuned for more. Cheers!

 
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The Unscripted Hotel is currently being renovated in Durham's old Jack Tar Hotel space. It's part of the same development group, Austin Lawrence Partners, that's building One City Center on Corcoran Street.

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Real Deals: Slew of projects promise to reshape core of downtown Durham

Reshaping Downtown Durham

Great article about the ONE CITY CENTER and Downtown Durham's renaissance from The News & Observer: 

"For all the attention the ongoing revitalization of downtown Raleigh has drawn in recent years, it’s hard not to think that it will soon be overshadowed by the activity sweeping downtown Durham."

"As for the 27-story tower, which is to be built on the former Woolworth’s site, that will include 25,000 square feet of retail, 130,000 square feet of office, 31 condos and 109 apartments. Duke University has already agreed to lease 55,000 square feet of office space in the tower."
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Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/business/real-estate-news/article10253540.html

"Last week, Austin Lawrence Partners began initial site work on what will be the tallest building in Durham – a 27-story tower at the corner of Corcoran and Main streets that will be a mix of offices, retail shops, apartments and condominiums."  

"Last week, Austin Lawrence Partners began initial site work on what will be the tallest building in Durham – a 27-story tower at the corner of Corcoran and Main streets that will be a mix of offices, retail shops, apartments and condominiums."