Urban Durham Realty Blog

by Marcelle Thomas Spring is finally here.  It’s time to put away the heavy coats and hats.  Get out and do something to celebrate spring.  Plant flowers, clean your closets and give away anything you no longer use.  Take walks to enjoy the beautiful days and...

by Pete Eisenmann After some chilly, snowy, and rainy days we have finally been experiencing some beautiful Spring weather here in the Bull City. April in Durham brings residents and visitors some wonderful opportunities to participate in welcoming this season of “new beginnings”. Here are a few...

by Pete Eisenmann As part of the planned SmART Vision Planned Corrider  (https://www.smartdurham.org) artists Noa Younse and Jennifer Hiser, have been selected to design and install the wall. They were chosen from 104 artist applicants that came in from all over the US. This project will...

by Michele Fallon Neighborhoods Hike: West Durham, East Campus & Beyond Saturday, April 7th at 1PMMeet at Ninth & Green (free) * Why do neighborhoods change so quickly in Durham? * Who is the only person to have a building named after them at both Duke and UNC (for...

  by Jarin Frederick If you are looking for a unique experience filled with great food and great company, you may want to consider MATTA’s upcoming pop up event! Share the love this Valentine's Day, Wednesday, February 14th, by joining Pastry Chef Tanya Matta, owner of DaisyCakes and...

by Kelly Garcia Why is it that typical New Year’s resolutions don’t usually include making your life easier and having more fun? We want to let you in on a secret that could help you do both: embracing an urban lifestyle! Condo living eliminates a myriad...

by Mary Hartzell Dangerously cold temperatures are expected in the coming weeks. Keep your pets, livestock and any stray or feral animals safe using these guidelines from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation. https://www.avma.org/public/PetCare/Pages/Cold-weather-pet-safety.aspx...

by Steve Gardner   If you are getting your house ready to list in the Spring you are probably going to be spending the next couple of months decluttering. It’s one of the cheapest things you can do to make your house marketable. It is a lot...

By Tina Allaire See performances by local dance groups and choirs!  Join the festivities at the  American Tobacco Tower Lighting in Durham.  This event takes place December 1, from 6-8pm. After the tower is lit around 7pm, you can move over to Diamond View park to get some selfies with Santa...