From 1874-1987, this National Historic Landmark was the headquarters of the American Tobacco Company, the world’s largest cigarette manufacturer. Following the most ambitious historic renovation project in North Carolina history, the facility was reborn several years ago as a lively campus of offices, restaurants, meeting spaces and residential units. With its waterfall and public gathering spots, “American Tobacco” has become of the Triangle’s hottest gathering spots. Duke was a pivotal player in the site’s redevelopment and has relocated seven of its departments there. They include Duke’s offices for information technology, financial services, general counsel and real estate, as well as Duke Divinity School Leadership Education, DUMAC and Duke Corporate Education.
Permit Type: ATC
Permit Spaces: N/A
Permit Eligibility: Employees working at ATC
Permit Cost: $405 Annually | $33.75 month | $303 (Graduate Students)
Waitlist: Permits available for eligible groups.
Bus Routes: BCC