July 8, 2005 American Tobacco Pizza Eatery Opens For Business

American Tobacco Pizza Eatery Opens For Business As the second phase of the American Tobacco project in downtown Durham gets underway, activity is continuing in the first phase of the 16-acre campus. On Tuesday, July 5, 2005, Mellow Mushroom opened read more

June 17, 2005 American Tobacco Launches New Web site

The American Tobacco Historic District has recently redesigned web site Along with the groundbreaking for the American Tobacco Historic District’s Phase II of construction and renovation, the campus in downtown Durham launched an updated version of its Web site. The read more

June 9, 2005 American Tobacco Celebrates Ground Breaking on Phase II

American Tobacco Celebrates Ground Breaking on Phase II The American Tobacco Historic District is now taking shape to become the project in this architectural drawing. The American Tobacco Historic District in downtown Durham has come a long way from the read more

May 26, 2005 American Tobacco Receives Award for Renovation

American Tobacco Receives Award for Renovation American Tobacco won a 2005 Golden Leaf Award. The American Tobacco Campus is now a thriving hub of activity and home to several businesses and eateries in downtown Durham, and people are taking notice. read more

May 6, 2005 American Tobacco Wins Redevelopment Award

Close Window American Tobacco Wins Redevelopment Award AT’s Michael Goodmon (right) accepts the Best Redevelopment Project Award from NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall. The American Tobacco Historic District Company recently won another award for changing the landscape of downtown read more

February 15, 2005 What’s For Dinner?

The Fowler Building will soon house a Mellow Mushroom restaurant. As more and more businesses move their employees into their newly renovated office space in the American Tobacco Historic District, restaurants are signing on to come help feed the crowds. read more

February 10, 2005 American Tobacco Project Wins Award For Renovation Work

This model of the American Tobacco Historic District shows the scope of the renovations. Capitol Broadcasting Company has been transforming the 16-acre American Tobacco Campus over the past two years, turning several blocks of abandoned warehouses into a thriving office read more