Urban Durham Realty Blog

by Kelly GarciaIt seems like at every turn there are new businesses popping up around town left and right. This past week I came across two wonderful additions to Broad Street. The first was The Scarlet Rooster which is a gift store filled with specialty...

by Mariana Byrd    Bulldega Urban Market is now open across from City Hall and behind Pompeiri Pizza!  This is from their website: BULLDEGA IS A FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED GROCERY STORE SERVING DURHAM’S VIBRANT DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY WITH LOCALLY PRODUCED AND ARTISAN GOODS, HUMANELY RAISED MEAT, UNIQUE PRODUCTS, AND EVERYDAY...

by Lou PerronOn Saturday, Urban Durham agents celebrated the marriage of our colleague Mary Hartzell to Brooke Bennett.  It was a gorgeous sunny day at the Belt Line Station, the old railroad siding at Golden Belt. What a great space for this event!  The station...

by Mariana ByrdWhat a great way to spend the last Saturday and last day in April!Art Walk will be happening all around downtown from 10am-5pm on Saturday the 30th (and 1-5pm on Sunday the 1st).Counter Culture Coffee has their grand opening at 812 Mallard Ave...

by Kelly GarciaIf you have worked with Urban Durham before you know that we make a donation to a local charity of our clients' choice as a closing gift. Many of our agents also volunteer in numerous organizations and we try to stay as involved...

by Courtney James Spring is a busy time of year in general, and in real estate specifically, agents are typically hard-pressed to find a full day away from work. Outside our office windows, people are basking in the warm Carolina sunshine (many of them just having...

By Mary Rae Hunter    Urban Durham Realty is proud to be the listing agents for a great new residence in downtown Durham named Mangum Flats.  This project is being masterfully designed by Center Studio Architecture and developed by the talented White Oak Properties.  As the website so...

by Kelly GarciaAs Durham continues to grow and develop we at Urban Durham have had many discussions about what this looks like for our community as a whole. There are many advantages such as greater income for the city, more entertainment, shop and restaurant choices...

by Amanda MastenOur office has been brightened up by the work of William Robert John Barnard! The British born artist became a US citizen in 1964 and his work spans 5 decades. The colorful canvases “reflects a curious meld of his British and American sensibilities”Robert...

by Eila Voloshen With the Primary and General Elections coming up, I wanted to point out that NC has made changes in its voting laws:Generally, your registration form must be postmarked or delivered to your county Board of Elections at least 25 days before the election...