Downtown Durham has blossomed into a diverse hub of nationally-recognized restaurants, local boutiques, trendy bars, and top-end entertainment. Nestled in the thick of it, The Bartlett offers the ideal home base to experience all that the Bull City holds.
Whether you start the morning with a stroll down to Joe Van Gogh for a cup of coffee or you tie up your running shoes for a jog down the East Campus trail, The Bartlett defines what it’s like to truly live in Durham. After a long day at the office, unwind with a beer at Clouds Brewing or a Latin cocktail at Gonza’s. Before you head home, swing by Bull City Olive Oil to grab a bottle of infused imported oil to accompany a baguette and a glass of wine for sunset on your balcony. The opportunities to savor life at The Bartlett are endless.
Kick off your work week on Duke's East Campus Walking Trail, less than 2 miles round-trip from The Bartlett. Ready. Set. Go!
Whole Foods is right around the corner. Stock up on produce, and pick up some appetizers for your get-together tonight in The Bartlett Gathering Room.
After a satisfying meal from Mateo Bar de Tapas, stop by Pine Cone. It's so close you can smell the waffle cones…and there’s always room for ice cream, right?
Unwind and take in the sunset from your balcony with a glass of fine wine and your best companion.
Take a break from your busy week and walk over to the Durham Co-Op to recharge with a refreshing smoothie. You’ve earned it.
On the corner of W. Main St. and W. Peabody Street, in the thriving downtown of Durham, NC.
Located near Brightleaf Square, adjacent to historic Trinity Park, and less than a mile from Ninth St, The Bartlett offers the perfect walkable and bikeable home base to get anywhere you please.
Al Buehler Cross Country Trail
American Dance Festival
American Tobacco Trail
Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Durham Central Park
Durham Farmers' Market
Durham Performing Arts Center
East Campus Walking Trail
Eno River State Park
Food Truck Rodeo
Full Frame Film Festival
Museum of Life and Science
The Retreat at Brightleaf
Sarah P. Duke Gardens