Currently focused a series of adaptive reuse projects in
the heart of Wilmington's
Soda Pop District.
Currently working on a series of
adaptive re-use projects in the heart of Wilmington's Soda Pop District.
Through a series of adaptive reuse projects we aim to preserve and transform both the buildings and land but most importantly, the community. With a diverse range of commercial and residential spaces we aim to draw new restaurants, retail and office spaces, maker spaces, service-oriented commercial spaces, apartments, and single-family attached homes.
Located in the heart of Wilmington's Soda Pop District, our newest venture consists of four city blocks that was once home to Wilmington Soda Pop Company, Electric Soda Pop Company, and the Coca Cola Bottling Facility.
Parastream Development is run by partners and Wilmington, NC residents Andy Hewitt and Sandy Thorpe. Andy is responsible for overseeing the acquisition and construction of Parastream projects while Sandy handles the leasing, management, and other acquisitions. Having successfully developed Hi-Wire Taproom from what used to be a 1950's mechanic shop, they now are shifting their focus to another series of adaptive reuse projects. These include the restoration of the Coca-Cola building, the restoration of 920 Princess Street and the restoration of 1002 Princess Street. Both Andy and Sandy are looking forward to this unique opportunity to preserve and develop these buildings in the heart of the Soda Pop District.