Apartments at American Tobacco
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Ever want to live the urban lifestyle? Walk to a ballgame, a concert, shopping or food? It's all here at American Tobacco, the epicenter of the Durham Renaissance. Living at American Tobacco has its advantages. Right across the street, take in a season of the Durham Bulls, one of America's most storied baseball franchises. Prefer the arts? See a Broadway show at DPAC, or the American Dance Festival, or Aretha Franklin. Food? Take in some craft brews at Tyler's or Tobacco Road or wander up to Bull City Brewing Company. Stroll over to Beyu Caffe for some crepes. All in all, the American Tobacco Historic District might be the best small city experience in the United States.
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Just miles apart, Durham and Chapel Hill are linked by their rival basketball teams and liberal leanings. Chapel Hill is a quaint Southern college town whose cultural makeup is defined by the nearly 30,000 students of the University of North Carolina, the nation's first state university which was founded in 1789. A quirky, forward-thinking city, Chapel Hill is famous for its indie rock scene and hippie culture. Durham was once a gritty, tobacco and railroad town whose wealth dried up in the '60s and only recently began to make a comeback. Though still basically a working-class area, the presence of prestigious Duke University has brought progressive types and Durham is now becoming a hot spot for foodies, artists and the LGBT community. Civic life is centered around the renovated brick tobacco warehouses of the downtown: Brightleaf Sqare and the American Tobacco Campus are worth a visit for shopping and outdoor dining.