Only the Liberty Arts foundry wall section on Foster Street and a smaller section of brick facade on Riggsbee Avenue remain of the Liberty Warehouse complex, the last standing tobacco auction warehouse in Durham. The Liberty Warehouse site at Durham Central Park will be converted into a 320,000 square foot complex of condos and retail stores by 2016.
Only the Liberty Arts foundry wall section on Foster Street and a smaller section of brick facade on Riggsbee Avenue remain of the Liberty Warehouse complex, the last standing tobacco auction warehouse in Durham. The Liberty Warehouse site at Durham Central Park will be converted into a 320,000 square foot complex of condos and retail stores by 2016. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Only the Liberty Arts foundry wall section on Foster Street and a smaller section of brick facade on Riggsbee Avenue remain of the Liberty Warehouse complex, the last standing tobacco auction warehouse in Durham. The Liberty Warehouse site at Durham Central Park will be converted into a 320,000 square foot complex of condos and retail stores by 2016. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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