American Tobacco Tenants Celebrate Return of Old Bull and Noell Buildings

ATC logo American Tobacco Tenants Celebrate Return of Old Bull and Noell Buildings
Block Party on August 29th
Old Bull Building
The Old Bull Building is once again owned by American Tobacco.
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American Tobacco tenants celebrated the end of summer with a Block Party on Thursday, August 29, 2013.   Ed Mitchell the Pitmaster catered the event, alongside beverages from Tyler’s Taproom.  A Fifth of Blues played music which got many tenant and their families on their feet dancing.

“A good time was had by all the tenants and residents!” said ATC PR & Events Manager Valerie Ward.

The Noell and Old Bull buildings are located on the far end of the campus.  Blackwell Management recently purchased the partially renovated buildings, saying the change in the ownership will be seamless for the current residential and commercial tenants.

ATC Block Party
American Tobacco tenants enjoy catering by Ed Mitchell the Pitmaster.
ATC Block Party
Block party goers dance to the tunes of A Fifth of Blues.

“We look forward to completing unfinished apartments in the buildings, many of which we expect to be ready for market in 2014,”said ATC Vice President of Real Estate Michael Goodmon, “and to the positive impact this work will have on American Tobacco’s renaissance and on Durham.”

Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for contributions to this capcom story & for these capcom photos.


American Tobacco Tenant Block Party

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