Charlottesville Coca-Cola Plant Renovations Up for Review

By: Chris Stover Email
By: Chris Stover Email

May 20, 2014

The public is getting a view of what the historic Coca-Cola Bottling Plant building in Charlottesville could look like down the line.

The building on Preston Avenue went before the city's Board of Architectural Review on Tuesday for changes to the exterior. The upgrades include new doors and windows.

The building was a distribution center for Coca-Cola until it closed in 2010.

No word yet on what the developer plans to house in the space.

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