More than 80 community leaders attended the two-day “Fix the Loop” charrette back in March. There was a broad consensus that the time has come to fix the Loop, with positive stories in the Durham Herald-Sun and The Independent Weekly.
The “Fix The Loop” charette report “Downtown Durham From Potential to Greatness” will be released next Thursday, May 14th.
Preservation Durham is made up of folks who believe that place is important and that our past helps to shape our future. We want Durham to embrace growth and change but also to protect its sense of place – its unique identity in the Triangle – and to remain open and available to all in our community. Everyone’s story has a place.