Finding an Apartment During Your Durham Divorce
A divorce can turn your life upside down and leave you feeling disoriented and directionless. In between meetings with your Durham divorce lawyer, trips to the courthouse, and filing paperwork, divorce can take a serious emotional toll. Sometimes, once a couple decides to separate, one partner finds it best to move out of the shared home to start a new life and find some escape from the stress.
Fortunately, in Durham, there are plenty of opportunities to start fresh with a new home and a new beginning.
The apartments at American Tobacco feature two locations: Noelle Apartments at 312 Blackwell Street, and Old Bull Apartments at 300 Blackwell Street. The apartments are located in the Warehouse District in a restored 19th century factory in the heart of historical Durham. With a YMCA on-site, a public green space, and the Durham Bulls baseball park right around the block, the location offers many attractions for nearby dwellers. At only 10 minutes from Research Triangle Park and 15 from RDU International Airport, American Tobacco is both convenient and comfortable – a perfect place to recharge during and after your divorce.
Next, Station Nine is situated in Durham’s Ninth Street District, mere minutes from Duke University and Medical Center, downtown Durham, and Research Triangle Park. Located at 2211 Hillsborough Road, the site features meditation gardens—a nice place to reflect after meetings with your Durham divorce lawyer.
An additional option is the West Village Apartments at 604 West Morgan Street in downtown Durham. A historical renovation, this location offers restaurants, shopping, and nightlife merely steps away. This, too, would be a great place to relocate after moving out on your own.
All of these options are very convenient to the Durham courthouse, and also give you easy access to meeting space with your Durham divorce lawyer. Of course, always be sure to give your lawyer your new address and any updates so he or she can keep you up to date with any developments that may occur in your case.