An iconic structure from Greensboro’s past as a textile empire continues its renovation for a second life as a mixed used complex.
Revolution Mill is part of a nearly two million square foot campus hidden away just blocks from State Street and Greensboro County Club.
Brothers Moses and Ceasar Cone started Revolution Mill in the 1890s after realizing that it would be easier to process the raw materials needed to make denim and other textiles closer to where the cotton was grown. Cone Mills operated the building until 1982.
Revolution Mill is symbolic of Greensboro’s history as a textile capital. Historic preservation efforts led by Self-Help Ventures Fund of Durham and architect Eddie Belk, are continuing to turn the space into a business and residential center with a style that fuses industrial and modern.