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Ask Us: What are the plans for the former Cone Mill property in Salisbury?

Editor’s note: Ask Us is a weekly feature published online Mondays and in print on Tuesdays. We’ll seek to answer your questions about items or trends in Rowan County. Have a question? Email it to askus@salisburypost.com.

SALISBURY — A reader asked if there any plans for the property of the former Cone Mill textile plant in Salisbury?

The future of the site is still unclear, according to a representative of Schwarz Properties, a property management company which manages the site. For now, the focus remains on cleaning the area up.

The property sits at 210 Hill St. off of Railroad St. next to the Salisbury National Cemetery. It is owned by Salisbury Cone LLC, according to the Schwarz representative.

There was a fire in the building in January 2019. And at the time, demolition had already begun, with parts of the building already town down.

Although demolition has started, the representative couldn’t provide an estimate for when the demolition would be finished or other timing for the site.

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