The following is an excerpt from Upstate Business Journal’s “Historic Judson Mill transformation remains on track” — May 7, 2020

Judson Mill has long served as a kind of monument to Greenville’s historic might in the textile industry.

The former Milliken textile mill located at 701 Easley Bridge Road, just outside downtown and West Greenville, was once the largest mill in Greenville County.

Now plans to convert the 36-acre mill into a live-work-and-play mixed-use district are well underway, with about 110 workers on-site each day, in addition to architects, engineers and others working behind the scenes or off-site.

“We couldn’t be more honored or excited to be part of working alongside a mix of talented, experienced local partners to bring Judson Mill to life for a new generation of Greenvillians,” said Thomas Taft Jr., principal at Taft Family Ventures, a major investor in the project.

Charley Patrick, of Triangle Construction, had a more blunt assessment: “Let me tell you, this project is ginormous,” Patrick said.

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