Mock Judson Voehringer Mill Tour

Greensboro, NC
Thursday July 25
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

2610 Oakland Avenue, Greensboro, NC

Admission is free, but registration is required.
Email Kathryn McDowell to reserve your spot (space is limited)!

To ensure we can offer more free tours like this, please consider donating to
Preservation Greensboro Incorporated 
and Preservation North Carolina.

In June 2022, preservationists enjoyed a rare “insider’s tour” of the Mock Judson Voehringer Mill. The extensive restoration project is now complete and we invite you to see the results of this impressive conversion!

Join Preservation NC, Preservation Greensboro, CT Wilson, Belk Architecture, and Capitol Broadcasting Company for an exclusive tour of the newly renovated MoJud Lofts!

Greensboro is enjoying a boom of rehabilitation of historic industrial properties, including the Mock, Judson, Voehringer Company Hosiery Mill (1927-1938). MoJud (as it was popularly known) was a leading employer in Greensboro. The abandoned factory was purchased by Capitol Broadcasting Co. Inc., the developer of Downtown Durham’s historic American Tobacco Campus. MoJud’s adaptive reuse to multi-family housing was achieved through an experienced team, including architect Eddie Belk and general contractor CT Wilson, the imagineers for Greensboro’s Revolution Mill.

Everyone loves a great “before and after” tour and participants can see how this former manufacturing site will add to Greensboro’s impressive collection of creative industrial re-use projects!