FHI 360 moves downtown

Dec. 11, 2013 @ 06:57 PM

The largest office tenant in the new downtown Diamond View building, FHI 360, has moved into its new office space.
About 400 employees of the nonprofit human development organization moved into its new headquarters in the building Monday.
“We’re thrilled to be the new home to the headquarters of FHI 360, an organization that is driving vital, positive change in the world,” Michael Goodmon, vice president of real estate for Capitol Broadcasting Co., said in a prepared statement.
Diamond View III is downtown between the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and the Durham Performing Arts Center.
It’s the third of a series of office space-oriented buildings overlooking the ballpark.
The buildings were developed by Raleigh-based Capitol Broadcasting Corp., which owns the nearby American Tobacco mixed-use development, the Durham Bulls baseball team and WRAL-TV.
The building is also planned to house a collection of new restaurants in 2014 including ’Que, a new barbeque restaurant by pitmaster Ed Mitchell.