Guests were guided up to the second floor from the main entrance to Bay 47 at the Carmichael Building in downtown Durham for the debut Wednesday, October 1, 2014, of the newly refurbished two story former ca. 1926 Liggett & Myers tobacco warehouse unveiled as Class A research and lab space. The former tobacco warehouse at 300 N. Duke St. in downtown Durham is now part of a newly designated Durham Innovation District offering 1 million square feet of new laboratory space.
Guests were guided up to the second floor from the main entrance to Bay 47 at the Carmichael Building in downtown Durham for the debut Wednesday, October 1, 2014, of the newly refurbished two story former ca. 1926 Liggett & Myers tobacco warehouse unveiled as Class A research and lab space. The former tobacco warehouse at 300 N. Duke St. in downtown Durham is now part of a newly designated Durham Innovation District offering 1 million square feet of new laboratory space. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Guests were guided up to the second floor from the main entrance to Bay 47 at the Carmichael Building in downtown Durham for the debut Wednesday, October 1, 2014, of the newly refurbished two story former ca. 1926 Liggett & Myers tobacco warehouse unveiled as Class A research and lab space. The former tobacco warehouse at 300 N. Duke St. in downtown Durham is now part of a newly designated Durham Innovation District offering 1 million square feet of new laboratory space. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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