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Pepper Building

104 West Fourth Street
Winston-Salem NC United States

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began1926
  Finished1928
Floor Count7
Basement Floors2
Floor Area4,933 m²
Units / Rooms25
Building Uses
 - office
 - restaurant
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - art deco
Materials
 - steel
 - limestone
 - brick

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof115 ft

Description
Architect: Northup & O'Brien
Developer: Thomas Pepper
Renovation Developer: U.S. Development
Renovation Price: $9 million

Thomas Pepper purchased the Phoenix Hotel after a fire in 1926 and demolished it for his new building, named the Pepper Building. Some reports said this building was originally proposed as a 28 storey building named the Van Dyke Building. Huntley Hill Stockton Furniture leased the building and the basement was home to the Sir Winston Restaurant. The Pepper Building was the first multi-tenant Art Deco building in North Carolina. The building was purchased by Mike Coe and David Bryant in 2013 and will be restored as an apartment building. The basement will become a bar and the ground-level is leased by Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse.

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