American Tobacco campus employee Silvino Mendez, left, has plenty of large bay windows to clean along the first floor of the Strickland Building Wednesday,  in downtown Durham. Most of the retail and business office space is leased as the ATC celebrates its 10th anniversary this week.
American Tobacco campus employee Silvino Mendez, left, has plenty of large bay windows to clean along the first floor of the Strickland Building Wednesday, in downtown Durham. Most of the retail and business office space is leased as the ATC celebrates its 10th anniversary this week. hlynch@newsobserver.com
American Tobacco campus employee Silvino Mendez, left, has plenty of large bay windows to clean along the first floor of the Strickland Building Wednesday, in downtown Durham. Most of the retail and business office space is leased as the ATC celebrates its 10th anniversary this week. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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