Headwall Development, Inc.

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112 Broadway St, Durham, NC

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25,000 SF commercial building (c. 1955)

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Originally constructed by the Noland Plumbing Company as office and warehouse space, we converted the building to high-tech office and flex commercial use. After major shell renovations, we completed custom design and build-outs for 2 new tenants. The building now features concrete floors, exposed brick walls, high ceilings, large windows with abundant natural light, as well as all new roof, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems.

1000 W Main St, Durham, NC

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8,400 SF, 2-story mixed-use building (c. 1925)

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The locally-renowned Ivy Room restaurant building has been transformed into high-end office and retail spaces. After major demolition, and saving only the original walls and framing, we rebuilt this building from the ground up. Features now include heart-pine floors, exposed brick walls, 14-ft ceilings, large windows, custom tile work, premium lighting and fixtures. Winner of the "2009-2010 Outstanding Commercial Development of the Year" by Downtown Durham, Inc. Winner of the "Neighborhood Conservation Award" by the Historic Preservation Society.

121 Hunt St, Durham, NC

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24,000 SF, 2-story commercial building (c. 1966)

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This former windowless furniture warehouse is now thriving as a top-of-the-line educational facility. Headwall partnered with The Central Park School (one of the most highly-ranked schools in NC), to completely transform the 24,000 SF building. In addition to its new exterior, the building now contains all new classrooms, windows, skylights, roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and sprinkler systems.

111 E Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC

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6,000 SF, 2-story mixed-use building (c. 1920)

Extensive shell renovation included: interior demolition, restoration and rebuilding of front and rear façades, structural modifications, new windows, new stairs and entrances, new electrical service, plumbing, and concrete work. A documentary filmmaker completed her custom loft residence over commercial space. The finished building was given the Pyne Award by the Historic Preservation Society.

111 Orange St, Durham, NC

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4,200 SF, 2-story, mixed-use building (c. 1911)

Some of the major shell renovations included: interior demolition, structural modifications, new stairs, restoration and rebuilding of front façade, new storefront, new window openings and windows. End-user completed interior upfit: high-end loft residence over 1st floor commercial space.