The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship, a business incubator in Greensboro, is trying to figure out what to do with a gigantic empty warehouse. The former steel mill on South Elm-Eugene Street could become many things — including a brewery incubator, artist space, commercial kitchen or offices — but only if the right combination coalesces before an offer to tear it down for free is set to expire.
Read more about it in the upcoming print issue!
This audio slideshow, by associate editor Eric Ginsburg, is Triad City Beat‘s first real foray into multimedia journalism. Expect more periodically in the future. Special thanks to Nussbaum Center President Sam Funchess, Indaia Whitcombe and Phoebe Judge.
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