More than a century old, the 55,000-square-foot Clayton Spinning Mill closed in 1976. The mill’s two owners hope to use the state mill-rehabilitation tax credit to turn the building and the surrounding land into a sports and retail complex.
More than a century old, the 55,000-square-foot Clayton Spinning Mill closed in 1976. The mill’s two owners hope to use the state mill-rehabilitation tax credit to turn the building and the surrounding land into a sports and retail complex. tlong@newsobserver.com
More than a century old, the 55,000-square-foot Clayton Spinning Mill closed in 1976. The mill’s two owners hope to use the state mill-rehabilitation tax credit to turn the building and the surrounding land into a sports and retail complex. tlong@newsobserver.com

Historic tax credit sunset spurs jump in NC renovation proposals

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