Plans unveiled for big redevelopment project in McAdenville

A longtime fixture in McAdenville has announced plans for a notable redevelopment project there.

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Pharr, a McAdenville-based company initially built around yarn manufacturing, announced today it would repurpose several former mill buildings in its hometown. The adaptive-reuse development would result in tens of thousands of square feet of office, retail and restaurant space at the facilities. The first piece of the project is expected to be ready in the coming months, the company said.

The former Pharr Yarns mill near the company’s downtown headquarters will be redeveloped into office space. The project, called the Dynamo 31 building, is approximately 20,000 square feet and is undergoing renovations. The first tenant there will be The Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, which expects to move in by mid-May. No other tenants were announced for Dynamo 31.

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