Tom Bullock

A building in Charlotte’s Uptown is experiencing a new, albeit final phase of life. WFAE’s Sarah Delia visited the structure before it’s torn down to see how its remaining days are being put to artistic use.

Courtesy: Ruth Lyons

Today, Charlotte’s NoDa neighborhood is known as a creative hub where artists go to live, work and play.

But in the 70s and early 80s, the area was known for its vacant textile mills. The future looked grim.

Then, a new vision started to emerge when a young artist couple arrived 30 years ago and showed what’s possible. WFAE’s Kim Watson Brooks has their story.