From the Triad Business Journal:
Plans to convert the Mock-Judson-Voehringer hosiery mill in Greensboro into a mix of apartments and office space could move forward if city officials sign off on the final piece of a rezoning process that first began two years ago.
Steve Galanti, planning manager for the city of Greensboro, said the rezoning process for the mill began in 2010 and that the Greensboro Planning Board will decide on Wednesday whether to approve the “unified development plan,” which sets the development standards and zoning conditions for the project. Those standards and conditions are recorded with the Guilford County Register of Deeds.
Galanti said the city’s Technical Review Committee has already reviewed the plan and is recommending approval. Approval by the planning board would clear the way for the developers to submit site plans for the project, he said.