Mike Hubbard, one of the owners of the Clayton Spinning Mill walks through the inside of the historic building as it awaits restoration, set to begin in 2015.  North Carolina's expiring historic tax credit has some projects rushing to be completed by the end of the year and others worried about whether they will be able to be financed in the future without the credit.
Mike Hubbard, one of the owners of the Clayton Spinning Mill walks through the inside of the historic building as it awaits restoration, set to begin in 2015. North Carolina's expiring historic tax credit has some projects rushing to be completed by the end of the year and others worried about whether they will be able to be financed in the future without the credit. tlong@newsobserver.com
Mike Hubbard, one of the owners of the Clayton Spinning Mill walks through the inside of the historic building as it awaits restoration, set to begin in 2015. North Carolina's expiring historic tax credit has some projects rushing to be completed by the end of the year and others worried about whether they will be able to be financed in the future without the credit. tlong@newsobserver.com

Historic tax credit sunset spurs jump in NC renovation proposals

November 22, 2014 06:00 PM