Preservation NC Eastern Regional Office Moves to Uptown Greenville
June 13, 2016
Preservation North Carolina has moved its Eastern Regional Office to Uptown Greenville. The office, previously located in Edenton, will be run by new Regional Director, Maggie Gregg, and is located at 315 Evans Street.
From her office in Greenville, Gregg will work to protect and promote the preservation of historic properties for 31 counties in eastern NC. She will help find buyers willing and able to rehab historic properties throughout the region, as well as monitor properties and landscapes that are already protected through covenants or easements held by Preservation NC. While Gregg will spend a lot of time in the new office, she’ll also spend quite a bit of time traversing the roads of eastern NC.
When asked about the office move, Gregg said with a grin, “I’m really happy to be working back in my hometown! I can’t wait to take advantage of the umbrella market, freeboot Fridays, and all the other great activities that Uptown has to offer.”
Gregg comes to Preservation NC after the previous Regional Director, Claudia Deviney, retired after 18 years of service. Gregg has years of experience as a realtor in eastern NC and a passion for historic preservation. You can reach her at: 252-689-6678 or email@example.com.
About Preservation North Carolina
Preservation North Carolina, founded in 1939, promotes and protects the buildings and landscapes of our state’s diverse heritage. Through its award-winning Endangered Properties Program, Preservation NC acquires endangered historic properties and then finds purchasers willing and able to rehabilitate them. It has saved more than 700 endangered historic properties, generating an estimated $350 million in private investment. Many of the saved properties have truly been community landmarks. Buyers have put these properties into a multitude of new uses, adding millions of dollars to local tax rolls and creating numerous jobs. More than 4,000 acres of open space have been placed under Preservation NC’s protective covenants, perpetually restricting their development. Preservation NC is supported by a membership of more than 4,000. Join today and help Preservation NC continue its groundbreaking work. Contact us at 919-832-3652 or www.PreservationNC.org.