O’Brien/Atkins concept layout for the new police headquarters, with East Main Street in the foreground. This design, one of six presented last week, leaves space on Ramseur Street (in blue) for possible future public or private development, but requires demolition of the historic Carpenter Chevrolet building.
O’Brien/Atkins concept layout for the new police headquarters, with East Main Street in the foreground. This design, one of six presented last week, leaves space on Ramseur Street (in blue) for possible future public or private development, but requires demolition of the historic Carpenter Chevrolet building. O’Brien/Atkins Associates
O’Brien/Atkins concept layout for the new police headquarters, with East Main Street in the foreground. This design, one of six presented last week, leaves space on Ramseur Street (in blue) for possible future public or private development, but requires demolition of the historic Carpenter Chevrolet building. O’Brien/Atkins Associates

Six concepts offered for Durham police HQ

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