Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant Highlighted by State Historic Preservation Office

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Our office worked on the historic facade renovation of the Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant building at 416 S. Dawson Street in downtown Raleigh. 

Text from the newsletter: This ca.1935 Art Moderne-style yellow brick building bottled Dr. Pepper sodas until 1972. The former bottling plant in the Depot Historic District was rehabilitated 2015-2016 for an office tenant. This project was spurred by the use of the federal historic and state income-producing and mill tax credits with a private investment rehabilitation cost of $3.1 million.