Belle at the Jones House, a farm-to-table restaurant, opened in August 2014 on South Academy Street in Cary. As part of Cary’s downtown revitalization plans, the town spent $255,000 to renovate the late 19th century building. Belle leased the building from the town. On Jan. 26, 2016, N.C. Department of Revenue started emptying the building as the owner owes taxes.
Belle at the Jones House, a farm-to-table restaurant, opened in August 2014 on South Academy Street in Cary. As part of Cary’s downtown revitalization plans, the town spent $255,000 to renovate the late 19th century building. Belle leased the building from the town. On Jan. 26, 2016, N.C. Department of Revenue started emptying the building as the owner owes taxes. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Belle at the Jones House, a farm-to-table restaurant, opened in August 2014 on South Academy Street in Cary. As part of Cary’s downtown revitalization plans, the town spent $255,000 to renovate the late 19th century building. Belle leased the building from the town. On Jan. 26, 2016, N.C. Department of Revenue started emptying the building as the owner owes taxes. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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