Printworks Mill Preservation

July 8, 2021

Printworks Mill Preservation

Graham Architectural Products teamed up with Window City to provide new historic replication windows in $54 Million Greensboro, NC project.

Opening as a textile mill for printed fabrics in 1913, that business eventually closed completely in 1977.  This project is now undergoing a complete renovation into a mixed use property including apartments, commercial space and self storage.

The renovation utilized 550 of our SR6700 Steel Replica windows. Configurations included fixed, fixed/awning, and fixed with false vents.

Read more about the entire project on Window City’s website here.

To find out more about the Graham window and door products used on this project, contact Jim Eisenbeis, Graham’s Director of Marketing.

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