The Foundry Hotel is a former foundry located in Asheville, North Carolina that once forged steel for the Biltmore Estates. It has since been converted into a 87-room Hilton Curio hotel, a 100-seat restaurant, a bar/lounge, and 3,500 square feet of meeting/event space. PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Asheville, NC AMENITIES 87-room Hilton Curio hotel; 100-seat restaurant;…

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May Hosiery Lofts is the rehabilitation of the former May Hosiery Mills Knitting Mill in downtown Burlington, North Carolina. Burlington was known for its dominance in the hosiery knitting industry in the early 1900’s and the Project is one of the few remaining mills from that time. The building was constructed in 1928 and sits…

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Originally built in 1925, the historic Prince Charles Hotel was built as an eight-story Colonial Revival structure. The hotel was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 and began as a local stock company enterprise, opening with 125 rooms. The former hotel has now been converted into 59 apartments, 9,444sf of ground-floor…

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Whirligig Station was originally known as the Watson Centre Brick Warehouse, a historic tobacco sales warehouse that was constructed between 1903 and 1930. Whirligig Station was converted into 93 units of market-rate apartments along with three units of commercial space. PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Wilson, NC AMENITIES 93 market-rate apartments; 3 units of commercial space

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Optimist Hall is the completed renovation of the former Highland Park Gingham Mill, located less than a mile from downtown Charlotte, NC. The rehabilitation culminated into approximately 95,000sf of office space and approximately 37,000sf of food hall, restaurant, and retail space. PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Charlotte, NC AMENITIES 95,000sf of office space; 37,000sf of food hall,…

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Bellevue Manufacturing Company Mill Complex is a historic manufacturing mill comprised of three buildings: the Weaving Building, the Cloth Building, and the Mill Building were all constructed between 1905 and 1923. The redevelopment of Bellevue Mill is considered a major benefit to the community because it is adding additional housing, improves the neighborhood appearance, increases…

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Proximity Printworks is a former Cone Finishing Plant, located in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Alexander Company converted the former mill into 143 affordable rental apartments and 74 market rate apartments. There is also 68,000 square feet of commercial storage and 8,000 square feet of retail. Proximity Printworks was admitted to the NC Brownfields program on…

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The Grey Hosiery Mill was built in 1915 and is the only historic early 20th century industrial building remaining in downtown Hendersonville, North Carolina. The one-story brick building was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2000 and will be converted into 28 market-rate apartments and seven workforce rental housing units. On March…

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The Spencer’s Inc. textile manufacturing company mill is a historic manufacturing mill comprised of 22 buildings constructed between 1892 and 1923. Foss & Company, along with others, invested in the redevelopment of three of the buildings that were converted into 65 units of market-rate apartments with amenities including a fitness center, rooftop lounge, rooftop sunbathing…

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Parkview Apartments project, located in Lexington, North Carolina, consists of the conversion of two historic buildings into upscale apartments located on 215 West Third Avenue and 217 West Third Avenue. The historic buildings will consist of 30 one- and two-bedroom apartment units. PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Lexington, NC AMENITIES 30 apartments

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This 473,900 square foot second phase of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter project has extended Wexford’s vision of rehabilitating this once vacant industrial district into a sustainable, mixed-use, knowledge-based community which residents of Winston-Salem and the Triad area will be able to work, live and play for many years to come. The project’s tenants include…

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This is the featured project of the Foss N.C. Mill Credit 2011 Fund I. The $105 million renovation and conversion of two former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco warehouses located in Winston-Salem, NC is the first phase of a multiphase development of the newly created Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. The buildings were converted by Baltimore based developer…

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