From Textile Mill to Mixed-Use Campus
This historic preservation project transformed a century-old textile mill into an exciting mixed-use destination that revitalized its neighborhood in Greenville, South Carolina.
Historic preservation is rooted in stewardship, continuity and connectivity. Preserving an aging building presents architects with the challenge of maintaining a cultural resource while transforming it into a relevant space for future generations.
When McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture was commissioned to repurpose a century-old South Carolina textile mill, it was an opportunity to elevate the mill’s historical relevance and create a mixed-use campus that prioritizes advancement opportunities for underprivileged community members.
Judson Mill: A Historic Opportunity for Meaningful Revitalization…