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Chatham Mills


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  • History: The old manufacturing project on the northwest edge of downtown, began life as Chatham Blanket Mfgr. until production was moved to Elkin. In the early 1950's the complex was the first home of Western Electrics Winston-Salem works and was used for a number of years. Had been vacate the past couple of decades.

    Type: Mixed Use

    Floors: 4

    Units: Units - 170 apartments<br />• Size - 830 to 1,552 square feet<br />- 102 one-bedroom units <br />- 57 two-bedroom units<br />- 11 three-bedroom units<br />• Rent - $845 to $1,385<br /><br />• Office Space - 50,000 square feet<br /><br />Total square footage of the project is 350,000 with a cost of $39.8 million .

    Construction Start: January 2015

    Construction End: 2016

    Architect: BelmontSayre

    Developer: Chatham Mill Ventures LLC

    Location: 800 Chatham Road at Northwest Blvd, adjacent to the West End.

    More Information:

    Zoning has already been approved earlier this year. Developer is continuing on working toward registering the complex on the National Register of Historic Places. Once that has been completed, the tax credits can be sold and construction can commence.

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