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Downtown Durham

Why you'd want to live in Downtown Durham

It’s an exciting time for Durham. With a major revitalization plan now becoming a reality, Historic Parrish Street is right in the heart of it. 2 of the largest historic renovation projects in North Carolina are located in downtown Durham, and all of this economic development reflects the thriving, robust economy of the new South. The Brightleaf District has charming brick buildings once punctuated Durham’s skyline and were used to store and age tobacco. Today, they have come to life with people lingering in the courtyard at cafes, businesses bustling in the renovated office space and unique retail stores drawing customers to this exclusive setting. Eclectic eateries and shops are just some of the reasons that people come to downtown Durham and Brightleaf Square. The Central Park District serves as the community backyard for downtown Durham. Renovated historic buildings, including the Brodie Duke Warehouse and Imperial Building, surround a green park area and the historic Durham Athletic Park. With the Durham Farmer’s Market, artist studios, biotech companies, performance theaters, exclusive lofts and the community’s main YMCA facility all located in the Central Park district, this area is carefully designed to blend work, housing and leisure. The Warehouse District Largely residential, this district offers downtown loft living in the center of the city. Creative companies share the expansive, old brick 2-story space with tasty restaurants. And West Village also features a wide range of upscale loft condominiums.

Downtown Durham

Downtown Durham Market Report

$387,479

AVERAGE PRICE OF 156 HOMES

$486,222

AVERAGE PRICE OF 81 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$274,450

AVERAGE PRICE OF 2 HOMES WITH A POOL

$1,609,881

AVERAGE PRICE OF 4 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$376,000

AVERAGE PRICE OF 6 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $387,479
Avg Bedrooms 2.88 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.27 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $230,300
2 bedrooms $459,840
3 bedrooms $385,352
4 bedrooms $433,499
5 bedrooms $732,315
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Northern High 41 $361,952 90 days
Riverside High School 36 $451,943 167 days
Charles E Jordan Sr High School 33 $470,312 137 days
Hillside High 28 $220,717 54 days
Southern High 10 $504,090 44 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 156 $387,479 113 days
Newly Built Homes 81 $486,222 142 days
Homes with a Pool 2 $274,450 1 day
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 4 $1,609,881 295 days
Reduced Price Homes 6 $376,000 103 days
Distressed Homes n/a n/a n/a
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