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Old Posted Jul 11, 2014, 1:48 AM
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Winston-Salem

Old Federal Courthouse (1907):
Used as a Federal Courthouse until 1976.
Seen in several movies.
Now used as a live music, retail, and arts venue. #CityOfAdaptiveReuse


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Rocking the basement (The Jailhouse) of the former Federal Courthouse

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H. Ward United States Federal Building (1976):
North Carolina's tallest federal building.
All of the state's major federal court cases are heard here, so this building is frequently on the national news.


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Old Forsyth County Courthouse (1896):
Used as a courthouse until 1974.
Expanded in 1926 and 1959.
Tall tower removed in 1925.
Currently being converted into apartments and retail space as 50 West Fourth. #CityOfAdaptiveReuse


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What it looked like originally:

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These parts of the building are from 1896!

Credit: David Rolfe JournalNow


Credit: David Rolfe JournalNow


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What it looks like currently:

Credit: David Rolfe JournalNow

Forsyth Hall of Justice (1974):


Credit: Barbara Campagna


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There are plans for a new county courthouse in Winston-Salem. We'll have to wait and see what commissioners do. Currently, the county is leasing space in a neighboring office building, due to the lack of space at the courthouse. That old office building is the state's oldest steel frame skyscraper and likely already has apartment developers waiting for it to become available.
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