Piedmont Leaf Lofts – Phase I
Winston-Salem, NC 2002-2004
Phase I involved the conversion of an old tobacco warehouse into 14 high-end loft apartments and office space in downtown Winston-Salem.
Phase II is underway across the street with the creation of luxury condominiums in The Brown Prizery. The building, featuring heavy timber and solid masonry construction dating from 1895, is ideally situated in the midst of the Piedmont Triad Research Park and the exciting rebirth of downtown Winston-Salem.
One- two- and three-bedroom units are available starting at $123,000. Owners may be eligible for historic preservation tax credits. To learn more, call 336.722.9871 or email Condo sales. email@example.com
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