This week Maurer Architecture took a trip to the NC Main Street Conference in Goldsboro. We enjoyed the beautiful weather and scenery, and were able to catch up with some old friends.
On Wednesday David led a tour of several unique large buildings in downtown Goldsboro, including a currently vacant art deco firestation, and the Terrace Room, a large event space in the former Hotel Goldsboro, built in 1924.
On Thursday David gave a presentation which outlined the process of creating upper-story residential units in historic downtown buildings. Conference attendees got step-by-step instructions on how to utilize historic tax credits, how to finance projects, and how to implement the North Carolina Existing Building Code.
Following the presentation, Maurer Architecture led a tour through several of Goldsboro's most prominent upper-story residential buildings. The tour included the Edgerton Building (completed by Maurer Architecture in 2013), and two Maurer Architecture projects which are currently under construction.
Thanks to everyone at the NC Main Street Center and the Downtown Goldsboro Development Corporation for putting on such an engaging event. We look forward to participating next year!