WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Some things are just meant to be, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.
Carol and Gene Seeber had pondered moving to downtown Winston-Salem for several years. Today, they rent an apartment home at Plant 64, a former R.J. Reynolds building where Camel cigarettes were manufactured. They saw the building complex as remodeling was taking place.
“We looked at it when it was just a shell,” Gene said. The Seebers’ building is one in a group of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. One of the plant’s buildings has become the club house.
This building also has a kitchen, lounge area, meeting room, computer center, workout room and basketball court. Another building is entirely devoted to an indoor pool with an open roof boasting a view of the iconic Plant 64 water tower. Plant 64 is adjacent to the burgeoning Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Read full story, see photos: The Winston-Salem Journal