An enduring vision of modern
Glen Lennox was founded in 1950 by William Muirhead, a visionary entrepreneur
and developer who believed in the power of modern design to impact and improve
society. Nearly 70 years later, we’re restoring and evolving this historic community with unrivaled residential, retail and office settings in the heart of Chapel Hill.
Now leasing: A workplace inspired by 60+ years of history, diversity and creative energy.
The Gwendolyn brings a fresh take on modern to Chapel Hill with a striking architectural presence influenced by the mid-century legacy of Glen Lennox. Every desirable amenity is present within 106,000 square feet of Class-A office space tailored for today’s 21st century workforce. Now accepting leasing contracts, with prime office locations and views available.Explore offices
Our location is right in the heart of one of the most dynamic, exciting areas in the nation, so there’s always something to see and do. Check out the latest from our neighborhood, our residents and the Glen Lennox community.
“Hello, Glen Lennox” – John & Jill Paul
For 40 years, John and Jill Paul have been a staple around the Glen Lennox community. In that time, they have formed many close relationships with neighbors — bonds that convinced the couple to stay there and raise not only their children, but their grandchildren too. …
Welcome to the New Way of Working
With more than 100 million Americans vaccinated, many companies are starting to bring their full roster of employees back to the office. An Office Re-entry Index polled 350 CEOs, COOs, HR and finance leaders on their sentiments about returning to …
Rachel Krenz on “Hello, Glen Lennox”
One of the best parts about Glen Lennox is the people you meet and the impact they have on your life. While a resident at Glen Lennox during graduate school, Rachel Krenz had a fortuitous encounter with Clay Grubb that …
Partners Rally to Build Chapel Hill’s Economic Future
Development is rapidly heating up across the Triangle, and Chapel Hill is eager to show organizations and entrepreneurs it is open for business too. However, building the town’s future commercial infrastructure isn’t a job a single developer or town council …