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Durham NC 2015 Spring/Summer Visitors Guide Test

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6 WELCOME TO DURHAM

6 WELCOME TO DURHAM Pardon our dust Pictured above is an artist’s rendering of the 26-story high-rise planned for Main St. See more on page eight. Durham is changing. In fact, it’s always been changing, growing, and innovating. It’s an energetic, enjoyable place to live and visit. That’s what Durham Fresh Daily means, and that’s why Travel + Leisure thinks Durham is a place you must visit. New developments are popping up all over Durham. From new hotels to new restaurants, from new retail centers to new expansions at favorite attractions, there is so much happening in Durham that it can be hard to keep it all straight. But don’t worry; this guide is here to help. A selection of the most talked about new developments is highlighted in the pages that follow. Explore this list to learn about what’s new in Durham so you can take part in the growth of the Bull City and experience Durham’s legacy of entrepreneurial creativity firsthand. Throughout this guide, look for the Fresh Daily symbols, like the one above, highlighting new developments in Durham. From new restaurants, events, exhibits, hotels, and more, there is always a way to experience Durham Fresh Daily. official durham visitor & RELOCATION guide

Major Developments in 2015 American Tobacco Expansion In 2015, visitors will be able to stay, dine, and see world-class entertainment within the historic American Tobacco District. In late spring the campus will add a six-story, 134-room Aloft Hotel adjacent to DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center. In addition to other amenities, the Aloft will feature a locally owned first-floor bar and restaurant, NanaSteak. This new project from one of Durham’s celebrated chefs will feature indoor and outdoor seating and a lunch and dinner menu from its wood-burning grill and French rotisserie. The new construction will also add a President’s Club Lounge to DPAC. A night out on the town has never been so close (www.americantobaccohistoricdistrict.com). See page 25 for more information >> Ninth Street Development For years, Ninth Street has been a popular district where Duke students and visitors alike enjoy funky shops and restaurants. In 2015, Ninth Street will add even more with a new six-story project along Ninth and Green Streets that will add space for shops and restaurants, an internal parking deck, a dining terrace, and apartments. Additionally, the nearly century-old twostory building at the corner of Ninth and Markham Streets is receiving a mixed-use makeover. See page 31 for more information on Ninth Street >> Museum of Life + Science Expansion Durham’s award-winning science museum is adding two new outdoor exhibits that are sure to be hits! In 2015, the Museum of Life + Science will open Hideaway Woods, a two-acre, nature-based playscape where children can explore the forest by climbing in and around trees, treehouses, bridges, and flowing water. In 2016, the museum will open Earth Moves, an innovative earth sciences exhibit where children can interact with nature by controlling forces that move rocks, cause earthquakes, erode land, and unearth gems. These exploratory exhibits will bring out the wonder in everyone (www.lifeandscience.org)! See page 54 for more family fun >>

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