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Announcement: The INDY’s Durham Office Has Moved

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A quick note I meant to send last week but, well, didn’t: last Wednesday, the INDY packed up and left our Durham home of three years, the American Underground building at 201 West Main Street, and relocated to 320 East Chapel Hill Street.


The mostly unexciting backstory is this: AU is growing and approached us last year to see, if they could help us find a space, whether we’d be willing to relocate. They’ve been very good to us over the years, so we agreed, and we spent the next several months looking for the right spot. (The Durham office market is pretty tight right now.) Eventually, we found this spot, right above Alley Twenty Six, which met all of our needs—big enough to accommodate our staff, not exorbitantly expensive, right location, cool aesthetic. Everyone dug it, we signed the paperwork, the nice folks at Empire Properties did a great job retrofitting the space, and here we are.

So if you need to find us, this is where we’ll be. (Or you can visit our Raleigh office, at 227 Fayetteville Street, though our entrance is actually on the Wilmington Street side of the building.) Here are some probably awful photos of the Durham space, taken with my iPhone.

The Front Door - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • The Front Door
The Culture Desk - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • The Culture Desk
The Sales Room (With Sarah and Josh) - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • The Sales Room (With Sarah and Josh)
From the Outside - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • From the Outside
The Production Space - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • The Production Space
The Newsroom - JEFFREY C. BILLMAN
  • Jeffrey C. Billman
  • The Newsroom



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