Revitalization of Siler City

Siler City was once an industrial hub with a thriving downtown; however, that vibrancy has faded over the past several decades as industries changed and people moved from small towns to larger urban areas. To revitalize Siler City, MHAworks was hired by Wren Family Estate to assist in developing a master plan that reimagines a portion of the existing downtown into a live-work-play environment that offers a mixture of housing types and public spaces. The goal is to design a downtown area that attracts those who are looking to get away from the urban grind and live in a small, walkable community.

We have currently finished renovating two historic buildings that are a part of this vision at 121 and 109 North Chatham Avenue. 121 North Chatham Avenue was transformed into a new, multifamily residence with four one-bedroom units. 109 North Chatham Avenue was renovated into a residential apartment complex with eight one-bedroom units. The goal of these renovations was to keep the building’s original historic charm intact while adding in modern elements. These original historic elements are seen in the exposed brick and ceiling tiles. The next steps will be to develop additional spaces for restaurants, storefronts, and breweries.

Client
Wren Family Estate
Location
Siler City, NC
Markets
Historic
Mixed-Use & Multifamily
Services
Architecture
Construction Administration
Facility Conditions Assessment
Interior Design
Renovation
Space Management
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