Conceived as a space that will host both auctions and the cultural and artistic events that underlie our business, the building was designed by Richard Gurlitz of Gurlitz Architectural in Chapel Hill. It will include:
- 20,000 new square feet of event space, exhibition and meeting rooms, photography studio, administrative offices and cataloguing space.
- A wine cellar and storage facility outfitted to the unique temperature and humidity needs of the Fine Wine & Rare Spirits Department.
- A dedicated Collector Vehicle Pavilion contiguous with the newly added spaces.
In combination with our existing building, the new campus will provide a total of 40,000 square feet to support our operations. In our new home, Leland Little will be an even more dynamic place for collectors to learn, convene, and pursue their passions. As the entire world looks towards the renewal of community and activity, we at Leland Little look towards our own future with vision and optimism. We can't wait to welcome you back, in brand new style.