This three-bay building in the Dickinson Avenue Historic District was constructed circa 1923, and longtime occupants included a grocery store and shoe shop. This 2016-2018 rehabilitation has transformed the building into a pub/restaurant and interior design/home furnishings shop. This project was spurred by the use of the federal and state income-producing historic tax credits with a private investment rehabilitation cost of $364,000.Renovations included the repair of storefronts with the installation of new windows, brick repair, and full renovation of the interior spaces. The project qualified for both Federal and North Carolina Rehabilitation Tax Credits.
Pitt County, NC
D. Murray Thornburg House
Durham County, NC
Renovations to the c. 1943 house included a full renovation of the kitchen and second-floor bathroom and the conversion of the den to a master bathroom and closet. The project qualified for the North Carolina Rehabilitation Tax Credit.