This project consists of the conversion of the historic Babcock Building, part of the South Carolina State Hospital until the 1990’s, into 208 apartments and multiple commercial spaces.
This project included the adaptive reuse of a 30,000SF mill into the Trailhead Church.
Originally built in 1913, the Printworks Mill in Greensboro, NC has recently been transformed into a new community hub.
Located in downtown Franklinton, NC, this three story brick mill was originally built in 1895.
Located in downtown Thomasville, NC, the old Thomasville Furniture Mill was incredibly deteriorated and collapsing upon itself.
Located in downtown Atlata, GA, this historic tax credit project consisted of the conversion of a four story historic warehouse, originally built in 1923, into a five story building with 72 market rate lofts.
This project consisted of the conversion of a 134000 SF historic mill complex in Graham, NC, into 133 affordable housing units, utilizing LITHC and historic credits.
A historic factory and warehouse, built originally by The White Furniture Company between 1905 and 1924.
This adaptive re-use project consisted of the conversion of the historic Hoots Roller Mill into 5 commercial spaces.