Circa 1955, what the well-dressed harpist was wearing:
The old mill in Morganton, North Carolina, which dated to 1882 and which was no longer being used for textiles of any sort after 1995, was acquired by the municipality’s Redevelopment Commission and repurposed for mixed use; City Hall and the local cable company were the first occupants.
The result for the community:
The community benefits from the reclamation of a derelict area. The 4.5 block area has spurred the influx of new stores, restaurants, banks and pharmacies. The result is a new neighborhood with a historic feel.
Cue the harpist.