Located adjacent to the Durham Station Transportation Center and American Tobacco Campus, Willard Street Apartments offers 82 affordable apartment homes (39 one-bedroom & 43 two-bedroom) for modest wage earners working in downtown Durham with a mix of 30% and 60% AMI units.
Willard Street Apartments is a part of a four-story building with two elevators built above two stories of structured parking, with 5,000 square feet of street-level retail space and a landscaped plaza overlooking the city skyline. Amenities include on-site management, community multi-purpose room and kitchen, fitness room, business center, and laundry facilities.
Partners on this project include the Self-Help Ventures Fund, Duke University, the City of Durham, and Capitol Broadcasting.
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Weavers Grove is a mixed-income community offering 243 units, 99 of which are affordable housing. There will be a mix of condos, duplexes, single-family homes, and townhomes to choose from, as well as several amenities and recreational facilities, such as a community café, community center, open pavilion, garage, community garden, dog park, splash play, playground, walking trail, gazebos, and an open area for lawn games.
The architectural design of the residential and community structures reflects a combination of traditional farmhouse and craftsman stylistic influences.
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