117 E. Innes St., STE. B

Live in the heart of Downtown Salisbury. Walk to everything. Very nice second floor apartment over a storefront in Downtown. Rear facing unit. All appliances including stack washer/dryer in unit. Exposed brick walls, beaded board ceilings, heart pine floors. State of the art HVAC. Insulated for sound and energy efficiency. Excellent condition.

This is a two bedroom two bath loft apartment over a storefront located in Downtown Salisbury a half block from the square. Walk to everything including restaurants, shops, breweries, theaters, bars, government offices, library, places of worship, parks, bus stop, Amtrak and more. One block from Bell Tower Green, our new downtown central park. Some restaurant (white) noise from outdoor air handling units is audible in the apartment. Not loud, just present. Entrance to all apartments in this building is in the back alley. Some free on premise all day parking is available.

Entrance to all apartments in this building is in the back alley. Some free on premise all day parking is available.

Located in a National Register Historic District in Downtown Salisbury, NC. Ten minutes to Novant and VA Hospitals, Catawba College, Rowan Cabarrus Community College, Livingstone College, Food Lion HQ. 20-30 minutes to Lexington and Kannapolis Research Campus. 30-35 minutes to Concord, Statesville, Davidosn, Mooresvillee. 45-50 minutes to Winston Salem, UNC Charlotte Campus and Charlotte Douglas International Airport CLT. 50-60 minutes to Greensboro and Piedmont Triad International Airport PTI. 2 hours to Raleigh/Durham area and Raleigh Durham International Airport RDU.

Terms – 12 Months then month to month with a 60 day notice. First month plus one month (refundable) deposit. $165 non-refundable end of stay cleaning.

Ask about our climate controlled mini storage units across the street. They are affordable! 12 Months then month to month with a 60 day notice. A (no charge) rental application is required.

Notes:

  1. All appliances including washer and dryer!
  2. Free all day parking (first come)
  3. Tenant pays gas, electric.
  4. Landlord pays for water, trash and recycling
  5. Rental application (required).
  6. No smoking or pets

Contact Michael Young, LMY, Inc. with any questions, 704-228-0990.

125 S Main

Exterior lighting spotlights beautiful ornate front façade with arched windows flanking larger center window. Class-A 1st floor retail space offers slat-wall interior, original tin ceiling, carpeted floors, and mezzanine overlooking shop floor. Large display windows stream natural light. Separate private front door, front & rear staircases to 2nd floor where you’ll find a blank slate ready for conversion to residential living. Building can easily accommodate 2-3 apartments. Abundant parking conveys, a rare commodity downtown. Located in an Opportunity Zone, eligible for discounted capital gains tax, Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, & City of Salisbury façade grants. Within downtown “Social District”, close to unique shops, theaters, restaurants, breweries, nightlife, & $13M Bell Tower Green. 1-mile from I-85. Current owners performed extensive renovations to restore the 1800s grandeur.

Questions, contact Greg Rapp, Salisbury Real Estate, 704-213-6846, MLS 3889728.

Piedmont Players presents The Lion King, JR.

Music & Lyrics by Tim Rice & Elton John
Additional Music & Lyrics by Will Van Dyke, Lebo M, Mark Mancina, & Jay Rifkin
Book by Roger Allers & Irene Mecchi
Based on the Broadway production directed by Julie Taymor
Directed by Titus Quinn
Music Directed by Jenny Carrol & Laura Raynor-Williams
Choreographed by Krystal Stukes

THE LION KING, JR. is based on the 1994 Disney animated feature film of the same
name. The Lion King is the story of Simba, an adventurous and energetic lion cub who is
next in line to be king of the Pride Lands, a thriving and beautiful region in the African
savanna. When Simba’s father Mufasa is killed by his uncle Scar, though, Simba is led to
believe that his father’s death is his fault, and he is encouraged to run away forever.
Scar seizes power and with his already unstable mind deteriorating, the Pride Lands
experiences a darkness and desolation from which only Simba can save the animals of
the kingdom. Featuring classic songs from the film such as “Circle of Life,” “I Just Can’t
Wait to Be King,” “Hakuna Matata,” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” The Lion King
is a story and a spectacle about identity, family, and responsibility that is enjoyed
worldwide by people of all ages.

Piedmont Players Theatre’s cast includes: CJ Benjamin as Simba, Kara Holt as Nala, Sari
Lewin as Rafiki, Isaac Welch as Zazu, Isaiah M. Walker as Mufasa, Mary-Ellen A. Rakin as
Scar, Finley Driggers as Timon, Aidan Melton as Pumbaa, Kimora Cooper as Shenzi,
Asher Pethel as Banzai, Jackson Walters as Ed, Keira Coley as Sarabi, Zana Smyre-Rouse
as Sarafina, and Kayla Graham, Jada Neely, Shiloh Ricks, Londyn Williams, Vida S. Mejia,
Ariyana Walker, Trinity C. McCormick, Keianna Holliday, Thierry Agnant, Jamel Freeman,
Teague Rowland, Thomas Freeman, Amira Priester, Daleiah Waters, Annagail Murray,
June Tilley, Z’Laya Stockton as ensemble.

PRODUCING PARTNER: Bill & Shari Graham

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Friday, September 16 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, September 17 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, September 18 at 2:30 PM
Friday, September 23 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, September 24 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, September 25 at 2:30 PM
Friday, September 30 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, October 01 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, October 02 at 2:30 PM


Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance.

VENUE
The Norvell Theater
135 E Fisher Street
Salisbury, NC 28144


TICKETS
Tickets: $16 for adults; $14 for seniors/students/military.
Tickets are available at www.piedmontplayers.com or by calling 704.633.5471


PRESS: For more information, please visit the Piedmont Players Theatre website
or contact Executive Director Bradley Moore directly at bradley.moore@piedmontplayers.com.

112 N. Main St. Saunders Building

Built in 1883 and recently renovated, 112 N. Main St. retains the character and feel of our historic downtown, with all the modern amenities.  Consisting of approx. 1300 sq. ft., the space is suitable for a variety of business opportunities, with a flexible floor plan featuring character-defining elements, such as period doors, a pressed-tin ceiling hand-painted by a local artist, a stained-glass wall imported from England, and a fireplace in the back office.  In addition to the front entrance, there is also access from the rear with a parking space in the lot behind.  Must see to appreciate fully.  Rent is $1500/mo., which includes water and the parking space.  Call 980-643-1116 to schedule a showing.

322 Depot St.

Come to see this amazing property, located within the Downtown Salisbury Social District! Great location for most anything. Just a couple blocks from Main and Innes Streets, across the street from Salisbury’s Historic train station.

Public parking area about 1 and 1/2 blocks toward Innes Street. Opportunities to lease parking from nearby property owners. This property is really nice, upfit is handsome and would be attractive for most any office use.

Can be connected to the next door building to provide a total of approximately 9,000 square feet (+/-). Would be a great location for restaurants or multiple other types of businesses. 

Contact Jayne Helms for more information, jaynehelms@gmail.com or 704-870-8827.

316 Depot St.

So many options for this very flexible space which has a super-cool industrial look – move in ready! Great location for most anything. Just a couple blocks from Main and Innes Streets, across the street from Salisbury’s Historic train station.

Public parking area about 1 and 1/2 blocks toward Innes Street. Opportunities to lease parking from nearby property owners. This property is really nice, upfit is handsome and would be attractive for most any office use.

This space can be connected to the next door building to provide a total of approximately 9,000 square feet (+/-). Would be a great location for restaurant or multiple other types of businesses.

Contact Jayne Helms for more information, jaynehelms@gmail.com or 704-870-8827.

City of Salisbury looking for vendors for College Night Out

By David Whisenant Published: Jul. 18, 2022 at 6:32 AM EDT

The event is happening on August 18 at Bell Tower Green Park.(David Whisenant-WBTV)

SALISBURY, N.C. (WBTV) – The City of Salisbury and Downtown Salisbury, Inc., are looking for vendors for the College Night Out event happening at the Bell Tower Green Park in August.

Th event is scheduled for Thursday, August 18 from 5 to 9 p.m. During College Night Out, Downtown Salisbury welcomes and invites students from our local colleges (Livingstone, Hood Theological Seminary, Catawba and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College) and new Rowan-Salisbury School System teachers out for games, activities, food, networking and so much more.

This year College Night Out is accepting vendors. Organizers say it’s not only is this a great way to introduce college students and new educators to Downtown Salisbury shops, restaurants and entertainment, it is a fantastic opportunity to give them access to the many resources available from Downtown partners, such as options for banking, health, culture, arts, employment and volunteerism.

Anyone interested in setting up at College Night Out, please click on the following link, https://bit.ly/3ut3Kzd to complete the College Night Out Vendor Application form. Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. Applications are due by Friday, July 22nd. Staff will confirm vendor acceptance via email listed on the application form by Tuesday, July 26th.

Vendors are encouraged to bring any information regarding employment, internship or volunteerism opportunities.

Cost for Vendor space (Map of MSD attached) –

  • Sponsors – No Fee
  • Businesses outside of the Municipal Service District (MSD) – $75
  • Businesses inside the Municipal Service District (MSD) – $25

Businesses are welcome to split booth space with other businesses and the cost will remain the same as above.

106 W Inness St. – Two Apartments for Rent

Want to live in Downtown Salisbury! We have two great apartments available for rent that is walking distance to the downtown park, restaurants, boutiques and more.

  • Innes St. Apartment – 1bd/ 1 bath with 1 office at 720SF
  • Rear Apt is a studio apt with 1 bath and 1 office at 780 SF.

Both apartments are new with quartz countertops, wood floors, tiled showers and have their own private entrance from the ground level. The apartments will be available after Labor Day. Please contact Dr. Nickerson directly for other details at lloydenick@gmail.com.

Saturday kids’ parade open to public

By Elisabeth Strillacci

Parade Map Route
Graphic by Andy Mooney, Salisbury Post

SALISBURY — Local children are invited to join a kids’ parade through downtown Saturday morning starting at 10 a.m.

Bring bikes, tricycles, wagons and strollers decorated in red, white and blue for a celebration. Prizes will be awarded for best decorated and best dressed.

Participants, who are not required to register, will kick off the walk with the pledge of allegiance by the flag pole at city hall, and historical figures, such as Daniel Boone, will greet children along the way.

The parade is for all ages and even for pets, though children age 6 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. No motorized vehicles are permitted.

The parade will begin at the back parking lot of city hall, 217 S. Main St. and conclude at the corner of Fisher and South Main streets.

New Hallmark Movie Filming in Historic North Carolina City

Salisbury is providing the backdrop for a new feel-good film.

Meghan Overdeep, Senior Staff Writer
By Meghan Overdeep Updated June 29, 2022 (Southern Living)
CREDIT: THE WASHINGTON POST/GETTY IMAGES
CREDIT: THE WASHINGTON POST/GETTY IMAGES

Hallmark is currently filming a new movie in charming Salisbury, North Carolina.  

Production on the forthcoming drama called To Her With Love kicked off this week. It’s reportedly the first movie to film in the city known as the birthplace of Cheerwine since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. 

According to Queen City News, filming will take place across the city— inside Salisbury High School, in the downtown area, and on the 400 block of Fulton Street—through Friday. 

“I think that this being a Hallmark movie makes it more of a quaint feel, and so they wanted more of a quaint location. And I think Salisbury definitely serves that,” Salisbury communications director Linda McElroy told the local news outlet.

The 65-person production hired a few locals as production assistants, and even put out a casting call for extras. 

“When I heard the movie, it got all of us excited,” an extra named Paula told Queen City News. “Even the mail lady.”

Hallmark has yet to share details on the movie, but we’ll provide updates as we get them!

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