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Textile mill redevelopment in Taylors on the market for $10 million

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Taylors Mill, currently owned by Caleb Lewis/Taylors Mill Development LLC, is located at 250 Mill St. in Taylors. (Photo/Provided)

A former textile mill revitalization project is for sale for $10 million.

Taylors Mill, currently owned by Caleb Lewis/Taylors Mill Development LLC, is located at 250 Mill St. in Taylors.

Reedy Commercial Senior Associate Anna Friddle and Associate Lindsey Twining are the listing brokers in the sale.

“The seller originally bought the property in 2015 where he could operate his business, Carolina Recycling Company,” she said. “Since that time, the seller has welcomed more than 70 tenants to the property. The reason for listing the property for sale is to simplify the seller’s life as a landlord and focus on his business and other endeavors.”

According to the listing, the facility totals about 725,000 square feet spanning 62 acres, and has 70 tenants occupying about 305,000 square feet.

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Taylors Mill is a historic textile building-turned mixed-use revitalization effort with room to grow.

Built along the Enoree River, Taylors Mill joined the Upstate as a significant landmark of industrial technology. The plant played an essential role in providing employment opportunities and shaping the local economy, contributing to the development and prosperity of the city of Taylors, according to the listing’s offering memorandum.

The site experienced rapid growth during the mid-20th century, expanding to adapt to changing demands of the textile industry and modern manufacturing techniques. As textile industry in the area declined, Taylors Mill has undergone a transformation into a hub for entrepreneurship and community engagement, the memorandum said.

The project repurposed the disused industrial spaces to house a variety of small businesses while preserving the historic character of the mill. The redevelopment now houses a diverse range of tenants including artist studios, offices, retail shops, restaurants and event venues.

Reach Krys at 864-640-4418.

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