American Underground Wins Triangle CREW Award for Best Redevelopment

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Valerie Ward & Heather Denny
ATC’s Valerie Ward (left) accepts the Champion Award for American Underground from Triangle CREW President Heather Denny.

American Tobacco has taken home yet another award for its revitalization of the warehouses in downtown Durham.   The Triangle chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women organization (TCREW) recently honored American Underground for Best Redevelopment Project.

The 14th annual Champion awards ceremony took place on April 26th at the Embassy Suites in Cary.  American Tobacco PR & Events Manager Valerie Ward accepted the honor at the luncheon.

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American Underground wins the Champion Award for Best Redevelopment Project.

The American Underground launched in the fall of 2010, serving as a hub for startups.  The American Underground hails itself as “an entrepreneur’s dream — offering a unique mix of world class amenities and clustered resources positioned in the heart of one of the nation’s best places to live and work.”

Located in the lower level of the Strickland and Crowe buildings on the American Tobacco campus, the American Underground occupies over 26,000 square feet.

Winners took home honors in 15 categories, “representing the top leadership of the Triangle’s commercial real estate industry, as well as the best development projects and programs of the year.”

Thanks to Three Oaks Photography (Wake Forest) for the capcom photo of Ward & Denny. Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for the capcom photo of the award.

 

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