From the Triad Business Journal:
A Virginia-based development company plans to invest about $20 million to convert the historic Mock-Judson-Voehringer hosiery mill into 150 loft-style apartments.
Octagon Partners, a Charlottesville real estate investment firm with an extensive portfolio of projects, cleared a major hurdle last week when Greensboro officials approved the final piece of a rezoning process that began in 2010…
When built out, the 160,000-square-foot mill, located near the Lindley Park area, would add to a string of other upscale apartment developments in Greensboro, including the $10 million, 196-unit Greenway at Fisher Park Apartments. The proliferation of these apartment communities is a reminder of the enthusiasm that developers continue to have for rental units in the Triad.