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Chapel Hill Downtown, University Square, The Courtyard


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East and West Franklin St, and East and West Rosemary St. These streets offer mostly family-owned and independent shops and restaurants. University Square at 133 and 143 West Franklin St offers a selection of specialty stores on the concourse level of two midrise office buildings. The Courtyard at 431 West Franklin St is a small arcade of shops and offices.




Address:
133 W. Franklin St.
Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Come visit us in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Sutton's Drug Store

A small counter and a few booths in an old drugstore, but Sutton'

Chapel Hill, NC Businesses

Community Guest Quarters

Located in a lovely and quiet rural setting, this unique venue offers two very private, fully furnished extended stay units with your choice of a one bedroom apartment or a studio. Both of the units have kitchenettes. Non-smoking only. Weekly rentals available. Send email to request photos.

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North Carolina Collection Gallery

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Bub O'Malley's

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Things to do Universities near Chapel Hill, NC

Queens University of Charlotte

Queens University of Charlotte, private and Presbyterian, educates students for noble lives, productive careers, and responsi...

Duke University

One of the nation's top universities, founded as Trinity College and renamed in 1924 after an endowment by James Buchanan Duk...

University Mall

Just off US Highway 15-501 Bypass at the intersection of South Estes Drive. Chapel Hill's first enclosed shopping mall (1973)...

North Carolina Central University

Founded in 1910, NCCU is the nation's first publicly-supported liberal arts college for African-Americans. The 103-acre Georg...