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SLIDESHOW: King Lumber
by Aaron Richardson | Saturday, July 02, 2016 at 8:49 p.m.
The refurbished King Lumber building on Preston Avenue now houses five businesses across three floors.
The refurbished King Lumber building on Preston Avenue now houses five businesses across three floors.
The main entrance to the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue comprises the preserved 1903 arch, which originally allowed horse-drawn carriages to be loaded and unloaded.
The main entrance to the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue comprises the preserved 1903 arch, which originally allowed horse-drawn carriages to be loaded and unloaded.
A 1903 arch built to allow horse-drawn carriages in and out of the King Lumber building on Preston Avenue has been preserved.
A 1903 arch built to allow horse-drawn carriages in and out of the King Lumber building on Preston Avenue has been preserved.
The name H Brand is etched into stonework dated July, 1903 in the archway at the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue.
The name H Brand is etched into stonework dated July, 1903 in the archway at the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue.
The mechanism of an early-20th Century lift was left in the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue and is now part of the decor in the offices of OpenSource Connections
The mechanism of an early-20th Century lift was left in the restored King Lumber building on Preston Avenue and is now part of the decor in the offices of OpenSource Connections
The offices of OpenSource Connections, a data firm founded in Charlottesville, occupies the 4,000 sq.ft. top floor of the restored King Lumber building
The offices of OpenSource Connections, a data firm founded in Charlottesville, occupies the 4,000 sq.ft. top floor of the restored King Lumber building
The offices of OpenSource Connections, a data firm founded in Charlottesville, occupies the 4,000 sq.ft. top floor of the restored King Lumber building
The offices of OpenSource Connections, a data firm founded in Charlottesville, occupies the 4,000 sq.ft. top floor of the restored King Lumber building
The former location of Moxie hair salon is being refitted to house Random Row Brewing, a 300-500 barrel-per-year operation expected to open later this summer.
The former location of Moxie hair salon is being refitted to house Random Row Brewing, a 300-500 barrel-per-year operation expected to open later this summer.
Moxie hair salon moved into a brand-new space in a renovated building on the King Lumber property on Preston Avenue.
Moxie hair salon moved into a brand-new space in a renovated building on the King Lumber property on Preston Avenue.
The back stairwell of the restored King Lumber building will eventually feature handrails made from reclaimed train rails.
The back stairwell of the restored King Lumber building will eventually feature handrails made from reclaimed train rails.
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The King Lumber complex on Preston Avenue, home of Moxie hair salon, Random Row Brewing and OpenSource Connections, is nearing the end of a $5 million renovation effort. The property was redeveloped by Mark Green and Tom Hickman.