A padlock bars trespassers from the slabs that remain of the Fayette Place public housing project in the Hayti district after the Durham Housing Authority sold it in 2007 to pay off debt. Durham CAN would like to see affordable housing tried again on the site and other spots near downtown.
A padlock bars trespassers from the slabs that remain of the Fayette Place public housing project in the Hayti district after the Durham Housing Authority sold it in 2007 to pay off debt. Durham CAN would like to see affordable housing tried again on the site and other spots near downtown. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver,com
A padlock bars trespassers from the slabs that remain of the Fayette Place public housing project in the Hayti district after the Durham Housing Authority sold it in 2007 to pay off debt. Durham CAN would like to see affordable housing tried again on the site and other spots near downtown. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver,com

‘On holy ground’: Durham CAN tour pushes for affordable housing

February 09, 2016 05:40 AM