On the northern end of Downtown Huntsville, Lincoln Mill has a storied history in the community spanning more than 100 years. The existing structures (circa 1924), comprising approximately 160,000 square feet are the remaining components of a vast network of cotton mill facilities. During the 1950’s, the facility was repurposed to office space and rebranded the Huntsville Industrial Complex, much of which was in support of the U.S. Space program. Recently purchased and under the direction of Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate Group, Matheny Goldmon has been retained to help reimagine an exciting new use for the venerable facility. As Huntsville has been experiencing a cultural boom, the demand for compelling workplaces and entertainment opportunities makes the architectural interest of Lincoln Mill the ideal backdrop to address this new local experiential appetite. While continuing to provide industrial loft office space, the Mill is now being infused with food & beverage offerings, retail options, meeting spaces, and park amenities. While casting an exciting new vision, Matheny Goldmon has also been tasked with preserving the significant historic character of the complex. On the National Register of Historic Places, the redevelopment of Lincoln Mill must meet very stringent preservation guidelines. Not only is it critical to preserve Huntsville’s architectural heritage, but adherence to the guidelines and procedures qualifies the project for Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits. Matheny Goldmon is carefully guiding the historic preservation efforts for the project. Construction has recently begun on the revitalization of Lincoln Mill.
Adaptive Reuse / Historic Renovation
PEC Structural Engineering
Joe Still Building Company