Meet Our Tenants

Introducing ONE CITY CENTER tenants! From restaurants to grocery stores to workspace, we have it all within the heart of downtown Durham. Check out our future tenants below!



Bulldega Urban Market

This family owned and operated grocery store has you covered with ready-to-eat lunches, snacks, and a cider and beer room. With an emphasis on supporting the needs of the diverse Durham community, Bulldega provides access to local produce and humanely raised meat, along with those everyday household items that you can’t live without. We could not be more excited to have this family owned business in ONE CITY CENTER.


Inspired by sustainable, seasonal, and natural ingredients, Pokéworks is committed to bringing you superior seafood with a taste of Hawaiian culture. This fresh twist on seafood is sure to be a hit in downtown.


WeWork will make you want to get up for work each morning! Two floors of this shared coworking space is designed for people to collaborate in work and life. As WeWork gears up to arrive in Durham, they’re giving away $600,000 in grants to Durham creators! Applications open in July, so be sure to apply! Click here to learn more.


B.Good wants to make Durham a healthier community by providing fresh, wholesome meals. They source the ingredients they use from local farmers to ensure that you know where it is from. By sourcing sustainably and cooking seasonally, this restaurant is doing more for the people in our community.



We cannot be more excited about what is to come! Our tenants are committed to serving fresh and nutritious food, while also encouraging people to work collaboratively in a shared workspace. Our tenants are dedicated to serving you, as well as becoming your neighbors in the heart of downtown Durham. Which tenant are you most excited about?


WeWork coming to Durham's One City Center

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Big news, folks!  The mega New York-based co-working company, WeWork, is coming to Downtown Durham at One City Center!  WeWork will be taking up the fourth and fifth floors with over 58,000 square feet of space. 

"We are excited to expand our presence in North Carolina with our first Durham location, WeWork 110 Corcoran St.,” WeWork’s General Manager for the Southeast Bobby Condon said in a statement. “Durham is truly a unique, innovative city in the heart of North Carolina, and 110 Corcoran St. reflects our commitment to the community and its creators who are looking for a new way to work.”

WeWork will now be the largest office-space tenant at the One City Center.  Duke University, which was the first tenant the project announced, has an agreement to lease 55,000 square feet in the building.

For more info, read the article in the Herald Sun here: