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A church parking lot could replace a 90 year old mill house in Durham. The church hopes to find someone who will move the house, rather than demolish it.
Downtown Durham is running out of parking spaces. The city plans to implement paid on-street parking throughout downtown by early fall. This does not help people who work downtown though, because there is still not enough parking to accommodate businesses.
Despite downtown Durham’s thriving retail scene, the recent closure of wine shop Cave Taureau highlights underlying anxieties. Business are losing sales as problems with downtown parking escalate.
Durham’s new metered parking system went into effect on Monday. Revenue from the meters is projected to be over one-million dollars per year, and will go toward increasing, maintaining, and providing security for parking downtown.
A lot of renovation work was invested in the transformation of a parking lot into a city park. Including elements such as a clock, type of tree imported from Italy, and Spartanburg County medallion map made the ten year venture a labor of love.