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AIA Triangle Member Social at Unscripted Hotel

When: March 20, 2019
5:30 pm
Where: One City Center Durham (Tour) | Unscripted (Member Social)
110 Corcoran Street (Tour) | 202 Corcoran Street (Social)
Durham, North Carolina  27701
United States
Contact: Christine Stetkiewicz

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AIA Triangle Member Social at Unscripted!

 March 20, 2019




 Join us at Unscripted Hotel for an opportunity

for members and partners to socialize over drinks and nibbles!

 Unscripted Hotel | 202 Corcoran Street | Durham


AIA Members/AIA Triangle Partners: $0 | Non-Members: $30


We have reached capacity for the tour of One City Center

but you are welcome to join us for the Member Social at Unscripted starting at 5:30 pm

4:00 pm | One City Center | 110 Corcoran Street | Durham

1 CE Credit Pending Approval


One City Center was slated to opened for business late last year. Built on what had been an empty lot and adjacent burned-out brick building, the lot was once a Woolworth’s, which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. visited during one of his several trips to Durham. The One City Center mixed use facility is arguably the most significant, transformative project in Durham. As a mixed-use facility, the building will bring to the downtown a diverse array of foot traffic to re-envision the rapidly evolving city. It brings together retail, office and residential in a modern facility and represents a new vision for the city, one that pays respect to the urban core of Durham in both texture and scale.


  1. Understand the power of amenity, both on-site and off as a result of location. An urban respite at mid-level for outdoor dwelling, a dog park, fitness center and lounging area to maintain a vibrant mixed-use facility. A top level outdoor kitchen and pool for an experience unlike anything in the Raleigh-Durham region.
  2. Explain the sustainable aspects of reusing existing materials and the long term effects on the environment.
  3. Explain the vision for the project, mainly in terms of the shedding of traditional development models to understand the transformation inherent in an idea.
  4. Discuss the historic significance of the reuse of existing materials in new, but respectful facades and the transition to modern, character driven new facades that create an urban fabric consistent with an evolving city core.

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