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November 10, 2010

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Kelly

Wow! I used to live right down the street from this place when I went to CofC, it's going to be a perfect fit here in Durham!

Jerry

I CAN NOT WAIT FOR THIS!!!!

Just Mary

I'm delighted for Hope Valley Square but do very much hope that Hawthorne is still planning to put some momentum and energy into the old Kroger shopping center on University.

Does anyone know the status of that?

Bull City Rising

@Mary: Finding the financing for that big, new construction mixed-use project is a much tougher task in the current environment than Hope Valley Square, which was essentially a cosmetic retrofit of a serviceable shopping center.  A very nice upfit, mind you, but still a lot more straightforward effort, and easier to finance at that. 

Anne N.

South Carolina is the ugly stepsister no more! Not when it comes to food. Yes, this is a Charleston/Durham collaboration, but separately owned and managed. I cannot wait to have it open and share all the great food and atmosphere of the original Bull St. Gourmet with all my NC friends.

Bull Street Gourmet & Marketplace

Thank you for the mention. We are working on getting a website set up at http://www.bullstreetdurham.com
Oh, and the ugly stepsister comment is gold.

Slimming Store

I'm delighted for Hope Valley Square but do very much hope that Hawthorne is still planning to put some momentum and energy into the old Kroger shopping center on University.

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