404 Hunt Street
The Measurement Building was completed in 2013. We are marketing approximately 23,000 square feet in the building.
Current Tenants Include:
Measurement Incorporated, Accurate Tax, Beer Durham, Edward Jones, Glenn Mills Fisher + Mahoney, Lambert Development, Lumedica, Mark Properties, Maupin Travel, Method Savvy, and The 360 Approach.
2012 Top Office Development by Triangle Business Journal
2012 Outstanding Downtown Development by Downtown Durham, Inc.
2013 Champion Award for Best Development Project, Private by Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women
2012 Excellence in Construction Award of Merit by ABC of the Carolinas
709 - 715 Washington Street
Renovated in 2015, 709 & 711 Washington Street is home to The Blue Note Grill and Durham Distillery. 715 Washington Street was acquired and renovated in 2017 to accommodate expansion by Durham Distillery.
2016 Top Renovation by Triangle Business Journal
215 Morris Street
Built in 1916 by the Imperial Tobacco Company, this landmark building was renovated in 2004.
Current Tenants Include:
Measurement Incorporated, Bull City Veterinary Hospital, Duke University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, Duke University School of Medicine Department of Population Health Sciences and Surface 678.
Montgomery & Aldridge Building
320 Roney Street
Built in the early 1930's, the Montgomery & Aldridge Building has been a tobacco and tire warehouse. Located adjacent to the Durham.ID, this 22,000 square foot brick and beam building is currently under renovated. Anchor tenant, Method Savvy, is scheduled to occupy the building in September 2020.
The Brodie Duke Building is a 95,691 square foot brick building rich with history. Originally used as a tobacco warehouse and built by Brodie Duke in 1878, the building is said to be one of the oldest and largest post-Civil War era structures of its kind in Downtown Durham. The building is anchored by DudaPaine Architects. The property is located in the heart of the Warehouse District; surrounded by vibrant Downtown Durham, with restaurants, retail, entertainment, and housing nearby. Building features include a central courtyard, brick walls, 24-foot high ceilings with exposed rafters, and giant windows.
Brodie Duke Building
333 Liggett Street
BC Remedy Building
423 Morris Street
The BC Remedy Building was built in 1928 to manufacture BC Headache Powder. This facility was expanded twice (likely in the 1940s and 1950s) as operations grew. Manufacturing ended in the 70's and the building was transitioned into the central operating center for CCB Bank until it was purchased by Measurement Incorporated (MI) in the early 90's. Today the BC Building houses MI's Research and Development department, Network Operations Center, and Commerical Real Estate team.