Urban Durham Realty Blog

by Marcelle Williams For the second time in less than six months, Urban Durham Realty will support food insecure families in the Durham area.  We collect food and have it delivered to the DPS warehouse where it is unpacked and categorized.  Once there, the food is...

by Jarin Frederick I am privileged to announce Urban Durham Realty’s featured artist for May-June 2017, Kerry Burch. Kerry lives in Forest Hills with her husband (Dave), kids (Ben, Katie and Jackson), dog and chickens.  When Kerry is not juggling her full time job and family...

by Amanda Masten Summer hours are here at the Durham Farmers’ Market! The summer hours have begun at the Durham Farmer’s Market at Central Park - just one block from our office! That means that you can start your day earlier on Saturday, with the market now...

by Mary Rae Hunter t seems as though once or twice a week, I am presented with a great article about Durham and why it is such a wonderful place to live.  Recently, I was given an article that was in Garden and Gun written by...

by Mariana Byrd Liberation Threads is an amazing fair trade women's clothing shop in Downtown Durham.  They believe in paying a fair wage for a day's work and supporting women throughout the world.  They also believe in sustainable fabrics and generally being kind human beings.  (We need...

by Steve Artabane If you haven’t heard yet, paid/metered on-street parking is coming to Durham beginning Feb 27. Please visit the City’s website for more details and see the map of where the changes will take place. http://www.parkdurham.org/On-Street-Metered-Parking ...

by Christina Chenet   Beer Study and Starpoint Brewery comes to Rockwood! As if the great restaurants weren't reason enough spend some time in the Rockwood area, here's one more:  the new Beer Study! Based on a similar concept as it's popular Chapel-Hill counterpart, Beer Study Durham is a...

      by Zuri Williams The Second Annual “Black History: Artists’ Perspectives” exhibition opens at Hayti this week. The exhibit is open to the public. Hayti Heritage Center is located in the heart of the historic Hayti community which was a thriving community in the early 20th century....

by Marcelle Thomas On Saturday, January 21th, something amazing happened.  A women’s march was held in Washington, DC and hundreds of sister cities throughout the United States.  The march was in protest of the new administration’s views on rights dear to women’s hearts; climate change, planned...