$75 million is a whole lot of money, but that’s what it takes to breathe new life into a 600,000 square foot building that dates back to the 1900’s.
Revolution Mill was once a thriving textile factory, that found itself empty and in disuse after a sudden change in the industry. This nearly forgotten space has once again found itself full of creative vigor. A quarter of the facility is now an open and airy location to start a business, exchange marriage vows, get your haircut, and even call home. The remaining three quarters of the building have big plans on the horizon as well, including a yoga studio, restaurant and brewery facilities, and a trail connecting to the Downtown Greenway.
On Wednesday June 10th synerG On Tap will fill the revitalized space with eager young professionals looking to make some connections. The “YP’s” as they’re known, can play a little (life-size!) Jenga, have some snacks and drinks, listen to live music by Jim Mayberry, and enter to win a free month of personal training with Beth Hansen of Downtown Fitness, all while doing a little professional networking along the way. Energy and creativity are all that’s required for building your professional network during this social shindig.
This free event will start at 5:30 at 1200 Revolution Mill Drive in Greensboro. All young professionals looking to make connections are invited.
Written by: Christine Gillis, synerG Marketing Committee Member