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Durham.ID Carmichael Building

An award-winning redevelopment of an historic urban tobacco warehouse into Class-A laboratory space for Duke University. The Carmichael Building is home to the Duke Molecular Physiology Institute and Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center.

114,600 RSF

Property
Durham, NC
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About Durham.ID Carmichael Building

A former tobacco building, the Carmichael Building, is an adapted reuse project completed in 2014 and represents the transformation of Durham into a leading urban research cluster. Duke’s decision to locate cutting edge research in the Durham.ID ultimately led to the growth and transformation of the district. The building provides 114,000 SF of flexible R&D space, won multiple awards for its redevelopment and achieved a LEED Silver rating. The building was a catalyst for other Duke research and innovation uses to concentrate in the Durham.ID.

Client

HCP / LFREP Carmichael, LLC

Sustainability

LEED Silver

Structure

Joint Venture

Progress

Q4 2014