Durham’s Diverse Community makes it a cultural gem in North Carolina and its thriving economic base continues to attract new investments from all over the globe. Durham’s competitive cost of living, world-class health care and wealth of recreational and cultural resources combined with quality schools, top-notch college and universities including Duke University, extraordinary dining and shopping opportunities all contribute to the exceptional quality of life that Durham residents enjoy.
Northgate is located at the crossroads of Interstate 85, Gregson Street, Guess Road and West Club Boulevard in Durham where over 152,000 cars converge each day. Geographically aligned within a mile of Duke University and its world-renowned Medical Center, Northgate is situated in one of the most visible locations in the Triangle region.
Northgate’s approximately 40-acre footprint offers a number of benefits including:
- Well-established location
- Ample customer parking with over 5,000 spaces at grade and under cover
- Biker/pedestrian friendly
- Adjacent to major mass transit lines
- Monthly community events generating high foot traffic
- Healthy local retail marketing
- Comfortable shopping environment
- On site property management, ownership and marketing expertise.
- Outdoor plaza with specialty shops and services, 10-screen digital cinema complex, artist clay studio, full service fitness studio and Durham County Library North Carolina collection
Durham/Northgate Mall Trade Area Demographics
- 2010 Durham County Population/U.S. Census – 267,587
- Four (4) County MSA: Durham/Chapel Hill NC Metro – 514,977 (ranked 102 in U.S.)
- 2016 Durham County Population Estimate – 308,849
- Population percent change 2010-2013, estimate 10%
- Five (5) Year Population Projection – 305,000
- Student Population: Area Universities and Colleges – 108,967
- Median Age – 33.2
- Median Family Income – $63,538
- Education Level – 45.1% Bachelors or greater (age 25+)
- Male/Female Ratio – 47.9% male; 52.1% female
- Ethnicity – 42.2% White; 38.6% African-American; 13.4% Hispanic/Latino; 4.9% Asian