2 Condo Units available at Bull City Commons Cohousing – Join our urban Durham community: walkable, diverse, and vibrant.

2 Condo Units available at Bull City Commons Cohousing – Join our urban Durham community: walkable, diverse, and vibrant.

General Information

Now in the construction-planning phase, we will break ground this April with a projected move-in date of Spring 2021.

Welcome to our eclectic, diverse community made up of folks of all ages from all over the country.  What we have in common is a desire to be part of Durham’s vibrant urban scene and to lead a simpler lifestyle based on mutual support, shared resources, and a sustainable community with a small carbon footprint.

You are going to like it here … Durham (pop 267,000) is dense, neighborly, and it's easy to get around-- more like a town but with all the amenities of the larger metropolitan Triangle, including Chapel Hill and Raleigh; and Durham’s foodie culture got it named Southern Living’s Tastiest Town in the South southernliving.com/travel/tastiest-town-durham-north-carolina.   Our condo community will be in walking distance of groceries, cafes, coffee shops (Cocoa Cinnamon is on our block!), local ice cream, an independent bookstore, and Duke University; and we’re in quick, easy driving distance of museums, galleries, concert and theater venues, I-85, NC 147, and I-40. RDU international airport is half an hour away.

Our Old West Durham neighborhood oldwestdurham.org/history/  lies in a lush environment of towering oak trees, neighborhood parks, walking/biking trails and close by Duke Gardens. In a few minutes’ drive, you are in Duke Forest, two state Parks along the Eno River, or the 22-mile American Tobacco Trail. The Blue Ridge mountains and NC’s beautiful barrier-island beaches  are both three-hour drives. No wonder Durham is among the 10 most desirable places to live in the country!

Our soon-to-be home is a five-story condo building designed by Architect Ellen Weinstein www.wfarchitecture.com , and our group’s Project Manager and Owner’s Rep is Christine Westfall. This veteran team developed our sister cohousing condo building, Durham Central Park Cohousing Community www.durhamcoho.com , recently featured in Durham’s Triangle Institute of Architects Tour.

Our building will be located at 608 & 610 Trent Drive and will include 23 condos and spacious indoor and outdoor commons areas including:

• A kitchen, dining/lounge and screened porch area

• Shared laundry room

• 2 activity areas for playing music, yoga, meditation, exercise, small events

• Outdoor spaces – vegetable, herb, flower/pollinator gardens & trees, screened porch and terrace

The following available units comes with a parking space and a balcony:  Units  306 & 404, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1295 sf   All Units have 8.5 to 9 foot ceilings, large windows and a southern exposure creating a light-filled, spacious environment.  Floor plans and unit plans can be viewed on the BCC website: bullcitycommons.com/floor-plans-unit-layouts 

Check out updates in pricing and design.

Interested in learning more?  We'd love to tell you   about our membership process and why we are so excited about the community we are building.  We'd be happy to send you an information packet and arrange a phone Info Session.  SAVE these dates: Feb. 29 - Mar. 1    Attend the Saturday Info Session and BCC dinner and the Sunday lunch and business meeting with the entire community.  Other INFO sessions & Social Events listed on website.  To RSVP or request more info email:  bullcitycommons@gmail.com

Check our latest newsletter including 2 videos:  site tour/interview with BCC member; landscaping team working at site.  This is getting very real. As we are self-developing, we are all busy with decisions, decisions - flooring, cabinet designs, kitchen island or not, foundation prepping. 


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More Details

$197,000 - $510,000
Bull City Commons Cohousing Community
608-610 Trent Drive, Durham, NC 27705
North Carolina

Contact Information

Kate Young

  • 919 537 2803
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