Golden Belt Historic District, Durham

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Golden Belt Historic District is a national historic district located at Durham, Durham County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 116 contributing buildings in a mixed industrial, commercial, and residential section of Durham. The focus of the district are the Romanesque Revival style buildings associated with the Golden Belt Manufacturing Company plant. Associated with the company are 109 worker's houses built in 1900-1902 and bungalows built in the late 1910s.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, with a boundary increase in 1996.
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  • There is also a brewery that people bring their children to when there are outdoor concerts there. If you are looking for a special Christmas or wedding present you can find it with the artists or...  more »
  • I truly appreciate the creative works I have had the fortune to view at Golden Belt. The atmosphere is fabulous whether you are admiring the building, dining, or attending an art exhibits in Room 100....  more »

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