Introducing Bryan Place: a future CASA community located on N. Duke St. in Durham.
- Bryan Place will contain 16 1-bedroom units.
- Serve those living at or below 30% area median income (earning less than $19,590 annually)
- Special focus on those experiencing homelessness
- On-site community meeting place
- On-site laundry room
Thank you to the City of Durham and the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency for supporting the development of this community to end homelessness for more Durham residents.
Bryan Place is named in honor of Nancye Bryan: a former CASA Board member, volunteer, and affordable housing advocate.
Bryan Place is in a great location in Durham that will be ideal for the population we serve. The community is 0.2 miles from the nearest bus stop, making public transportation highly accessible. It is also 0.6 miles from Duke Regional Hospital and from CVS Pharmacy, and less than a mile from the Shoppes at Independence. About 0.25 miles south of Bryan Place is the Stadium Drive Trail, which connects to the Ellerbee Trail and provides convenient access to the greenway.
CASA is planning to break ground on this community in the Fall of 2022. This community, Kings Ridge in Raleigh, and Merritt Mill in Chapel Hill/Carrboro are all part of our expansion efforts laid out in our 5-year strategic plan. We set a bold goal to add an additional 500 affordable housing units to our portfolio by 2025. We’re well on our way, but we need all the help we can get. Donate today to help us plan and develop more affordable housing in the Triangle.