The Cleveland-Holloway Neighborhood of The Willow Durham

The Willow is located in Durham, NC and, more specifically, in the Cleveland-Holloway neighborhood, which has its own rich history.  Cleveland-Holloway is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood located in the heart of Durham, NC. It is home to a variety of attractions such as Counter Culture Coffee, Seeds, Oakwood Park and the newly renovated and modern main library, making it the ideal location for your condo as your place to live, work, and play.

The neighborhood is known for its rich history and its unique architecture. Many of the buildings in the area are from the late 19th to early 20th centuries, and feature an eclectic mix of styles, reflecting the diverse backgrounds of the area’s residents. The neighborhood is also home to a number of historic homes, including the Second Empire house built by Capt. E. J. Parrish and the Waverly Honor built by Julian S. Carr.  The Willow Durham brings the best concepts of modern architecture into this distinguished community.

Cleveland-Holloway is adjacent to Downtown Durham, Golden Belt, and historic Five Points, which features a number of restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as several schools and parks. The area also has a number of cultural institutions, including the Hayti Heritage Center, dedicated to preserving and celebrating African American culture, the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Carolina Theatre.

Nearby you will find the Duke Homestead and the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science. For outdoor recreation and activities there is the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the Durham Multicultural Festival and the city’s many greenways and trails.