Is Historic Preservation Greensboro’s Ticket to Success?

Over the past year, the board and staff of Preservation Greensboro have held a number of workshops and focus groups to evaluate the impact of the organization on issues critical to Greensboro, including safe and affordable housing, neighborhood redevelopment, and conservation of our resources. The organization has developed a three-pronged focus towards its mission of…

Greensboro’s Grandest House: A Manor Befitting a Gentleman

Though the Triad contains the lion’s share of North Carolina’s sprawling estates built by early twentieth-century textile fortunes, few can match the size, quality, and design of Adamsleigh. The vast estate, located  in Greensboro’s Sedgefield neighborhood, consists of a sprawling 15,000 square foot manor house coupled with tennis courts, a caretakers cottage, a pond, two…

Class Features Preservation Technology and Practice

Preservation Greensboro hosted Alfonso Narvaez November 13-15 as part of the National Preservation Institute’s Professional Seminars in Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management. The event was held at the Blandwood Carriage House, and included a diverse selection of professionals from places such as Fort Knox, Kentucky; Olympia, Washington; Mission Viejo, California; and Reynolda House, Biltmore…