Vote for the Southeastern Building!

PTAA member BSC Holdings’ Southeastern Building has been nominated for a Great Historic Rehabilitation award and you can support them by voting, and unlike presidential elections you can vote early AND often. Here’s the info and please go and vote…often:

The historic renovation of the Southeastern Building located on the corner of Elm and Market Streets in downtown Greensboro has been chosen as a finalist in the APA-NC Great Places People’s Choice – Great Historic Rehabilitation Contest! This is a program of the American Planning Association , North Carolina Chapter.

Voting will run from Monday, May 2, at 8:00 a.m. to Friday, May 13, at 5:00 p.m. Each person is allowed to vote for their favorite historic rehabilitation project once per day per device (your computer, your phone, your tablet, etc…).

Please help us earn this recognition for Greensboro by voting here each day:

or directly on Facebook:

About the Project

The Southeastern Building, located at the corner of N. Elm and Market streets, began its life as the American Exchange National Bank Building and was the tallest in Greensboro when constructed in 1920.

Local developers Barry Siegal and Willard Tucker began restoration of the building in 2013 following City Council’s approval of an Urban Development Investment Grant of $273,347 for the project, which is now nearing completion. The building features 51 apartments, as well as office, retail and restaurant spaces.

The Southeastern Building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 as part of the Downtown Greensboro Historic District and it was awarded the Landmark designation in 2010. 

Granite Ridge Villas – 33 SFH Rentals in High Point

The Greensboro News & Record has a story about BSC Holdings’ new single-family rental home development in north High Point:

In High Point on the edge of Greensboro, these 33 houses will be in a category of one: a gated neighborhood of single-family homes that will never be for sale.

That’s right: never for sale.

Barry Siegal’s BSC Holdings is clearing land now to build rental-only houses for people who want to be in a suburban Triad neighborhood without the hassle and maintenance that comes with owning a home.

So BSC is building the houses in a lush, rolling complex off Piedmont Parkway not far from Wendover Avenue.