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Former Nebel Knitting Mill

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Area  less than one acre
Architect  Biberstein, Richard C.
NRHP Reference #  91001376
Built  1927 (1927), 1929
Architectural style  Vernacular industrial
Added to NRHP  5 September 1991
Former Nebel Knitting Mill
Location  101 W. Worthington Ave., Charlotte, North Carolina
Similar  Hearst Tower, US National Whitewat, Billy Graham Library, Charlotte Convention Center, Fourth Ward Park

Former Nebel Knitting Mill is a historic textile mill building located at Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. It was designed by noted mill architect Richard C. Biberstein and built in 1927 and expanded in 1929. It is a two-story, reinforced concrete building with a brick veneer and decorative concrete detailing with Art Moderne detailing. The building has a rectangular plan measuring 204 feet across the facade and 182 feet deep. The 1927 portion has a stepped-parapet roofline with concrete coping, while the mill's 1929 part has concrete coping and a simple, crenelated roofline.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.

References

Former Nebel Knitting Mill Wikipedia


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