According to this story in the Winston-Salem Journal the developer proposing to turn the old Forsyth County Courthouse into a 57-unit community is one step closer to realizing its goal:
A Richmond developer that has turned some of downtown Winston-Salem’s historic buildings into apartments has applied for federal tax credits and local tax exemptions to move ahead with a $6 million redevelopment of the old Forsyth County Courthouse.
“Hopefully we’ll be able to start moving people in, in two years,” Herb Coleman, the CEO of Clachan Properties LLC, said Monday. The plan is to turn the building into 57 residential units, with more one-bedroom apartments than with two…
On Monday, the finance committee of the Winston-Salem City Council voted unanimously to recommend the developer’s request for the local landmark designation. The item will be taken up by the city council April 1 during a public hearing.