1980 (Duke Chanticleer)
1101-1103 West Chapel Hill Street was built between 1920 and 1923.
1923: Atkins H. & Son (Hiram and Roy L.), and the Great A&P Tea Co. (A&P)
1928: Upchurch CF, and the Great A&P Tea Co. (A&P)
1938:Upchurch Grocery (1101) and the Crabtree Dry Cleaners (1103.)
1943: West Side Lunch (1101) and the Crabtree Dry Cleaners (1103.)
1949: West Side Lunch (1101) and the Crabtree Dry Cleaners (1103.)
By the 1970s, it was home to the Sallam Cultural Center, a hub of live music in Durham.
In 1992 it became home to the Durham Food Co-Op (i.e. the Peoples Intergalactic Food Conspiracy No. 1.) from 1992-2008
The closed Co-Op.
(Courtesy Jeremy M. Lange / Independent Weekly)
(Courtesy Durham Skywriter / Patricia Murray)
As of 2011, it is "The Cookery," - a full restaurant kitchen space that entities can rent by the hour to prepare food for offsite sale.
1101-1103 West Chapel HIll, 09.25.11 (G. Kueber)
Part of a 2012 renovation uncovered an old Pepsi ad - 02.12.12 (G. Kueber)