Former Greensboro Hosiery Manufacturing unit Turns Into Residences | Corporations



Artist’s impression of the Mock Judson mill project.



Former work by Mock Judson

The former Mock Judson Voehringer Co. stocking factory near UNC-Greensboro is being expanded into around 170 apartments, including several townhouse units, with a fitness center, common room and pool.



Mock Judson Voehringer Co. Hosiery Factory

The former Mock Judson Voehringer Co. stocking factory near UNC-Greensboro is being expanded into around 170 apartments, including several townhouse units, with a fitness center, common room and pool.



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GRÜNSBORO – Another mill plot has also been given the status of a historical monument and is being developed as apartments.

At the same February 20 session when Greensboro City Council designated the Proximity Print Works Mill a Historic Site, the council also passed an ordinance designating the Mock Judson Voehringer Co. stocking factory as a Guilford County’s landmark.

The former textile mill is located on 6.42 acres at 2610 Oakland Ave. west of UNC Greensboro. It will be expanded into around 170 apartments, including several townhouse units, with a fitness center, common room and pool.

The original masonry structure of the building is preserved. Original windows that were clad with brick decades ago are being exposed and restored.

Other historical elements that remain are a two-story atrium that is open in the common areas of the complex, as well as a wooden staircase and heavy wooden structure at the east end of the building.

The chimney and the outbuildings of the mill will also be preserved.

The historical name of the mill allows for tax credits for the development project.

Eddie Belk of Belk Architecture of Durham, who helped develop Revolution Mill, will be working on the Judson Mock Project.

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