Grey Hosiery Mill

Hendersonville, NC

Grey Hosiery Mill was once a vibrant 35,000 square feet textile facility located in Downtown Hendersonville, NC. Constructed in 1915, with additions in 1919 and 1947, the facility is the only historical industrial building remaining in the city of Hendersonville. Abandoned for several decades, the three building complex was converted into 35 market rate dwellings. The defining features of the complex are wood floors, steel sash windows, heavy timber framing and operable clerestory windows which run down the center of the two main buildings. The renovation is organized to take advantage of these features, creating a wonderful sense of place in the public spaces. Project financing utilized North Carolina State historic tax credits and was completed per the standards of the National Park Service and the Hendersonville Historic Preservation Committee.

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Advantage Civil Engineering


Britt, Peters & Associates

P, M and E:

Atlantec Engineers


CT Wilson


Emily Herndon