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The Triad has some impressive restoration projects underway, ranging from Revolution Mill and Proximity Printworks in Greensboro to the Pepper Building and Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem.

Here is a list of some Greensboro projects underway or planned...

https://preservationgreensboro.org/greensboros-top-10-preservation-projects-for-2017/

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Here is the greatest historical renovation and restoration project in the area Old Salem.   But Winston has done a great job with their old factories and warehouses too and all their older skyscrapers from Pepper Bldg,  RJR etc.     Old Salem is a great attraction for the area and state.  

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