The Price of History

J. C. Price School Threat: Destruction Warnersville Neighborhood When Yardley Warner, a Quaker missionary from Philadelphia, purchased 34 acres of land just outside of Greensboro’s city limits in 1867, he established one of the most unique communities planned for African American freedmen in the country. Today, the J. C. Price School is all that is…

More Watch List Sites

South Elm Street/ Old Greensborough Historic District Threat: Demolition and Overscaled Redevelopment Considered by some architectural historians to be the best preserved big-city downtown in North Carolina, South Elm Street could fall victim of its own success. The street contains a parade of authentic and historic buildings that chronicle the development of Greensboro, ranging from…