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O. Henry Builders, best known for its work on the Southside redevelopment in downtown Greensboro, is looking at a project in Winston-Salem's center city.

Bob Isner, president of the Greensboro-based company, is partnering with Mike Murray, a Greensboro developer, on a $1.5 million mixed-use project on the south side of Second Street between Poplar and Spruce streets in the Twin City.

Isner says the pair want to build six live-work units, which consist of first floor commercial space, two stories of luxury living and detached garages. He says prices likely will start north of $230,000 with units likely hitting the market next fall.

"This is just an opportunity we came across," says Isner, adding that the partnership is not looking specifically to expand into Forsyth County.

Isner, for one thing, has his hands full with the third phase of Southside in Greensboro. He plans to start work in the next month on eight town homes on the west side of Martin Luther King Drive and 10 live-work units across the street.

So far, Isner has sold 28 of the 30 housing units completed or under construction as part of the community's initial two phases.

Isner hopes the third phase of construction will be finished by early summer.

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