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Asylum Digital Transforms Space within The Lofts at 7714

The history of 1,386 square feet of space in downtown Mint Hill.

1945 – A Hosiery Mill.

1963 – A formica countertop manufacturing firm.

1992 – Warehouse space.

2005 – A cabinet shop.

2012 – A Digital Recording Studio.

Who would believe that the same space used for such industrial purposes could be transformed into a digital recording studio?  Well, Scott Slagle did!  From the moment he stepped foot into the back left corner space of The Lofts at 7714 building, he visualized a complete transformation.  As the owner of Asylum Digital, he made that vision a reality with his own two hands.  Scott recorded every step of the way with his New Studio Build Diary.  Take a look!  It’s amazing what he has done to the space, taking advantage of its vintage vibe to create a wholly unique and eclectic studio for recording artists.

For more information about available commercial space in Mint Hill within The Lofts at 7714, contact Mary.Crotty@thewordslingers.com.

Asylum Digital Transforms Space within The Lofts at 7714

The history of 1,386 square feet of space in downtown Mint Hill.

1945 – A Hosiery Mill.

1963 – A formica countertop manufacturing firm.

1992 – Warehouse space.

2005 – A cabinet shop.

2012 – A Digital Recording Studio.

Who would believe that the same space used for such industrial purposes could be transformed into a digital recording studio?  Well, Scott Slagle did!  From the moment he stepped foot into the back left corner space of The Lofts at 7714 building, he visualized a complete transformation.  As the owner of Asylum Digital, he made that vision a reality with his own two hands.  Scott recorded every step of the way with his New Studio Build Diary.  Take a look!  It’s amazing what he has done to the space, taking advantage of its vintage vibe to create a wholly unique and eclectic studio for recording artists.

For more information about available commercial space in Mint Hill within The Lofts at 7714, contact Mary.Crotty@thewordslingers.com.

The Lofts at 7714 Owner Joins Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce

JMMT Partnership, the owner of The Lofts at 7714, has joined the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce and will be offically welcomed into the organization at its monthly luncheon on Thursday, March 22nd at Jimmie’s Restaurant. 

JMMT Partnership is a family-based, real estate partnership whose primary holding is The Lofts at 7714.  Previously owned by the partners’ parents, John and Margaret Healy, the building has enjoyed a long and rich history as part of Mint Hill’s economy, first as a hosiery mill that employed many local residents; second as the home to the Healy’s business, Laminated Top Company, that thrived for 28 years in this location; to its current reincarnation as the home to local entrepreneurs, merchants and creative souls who are excited to house their businesses in this one-of-a-kind, vintage, commercial property in Mint Hill.   

Managing Partners, Margy Pettit and Mary Crotty, daughters of John and Margaret Healy, will accept their Chamber plaque at the luncheon on behalf of the partnership. 

To learn more about the building’s history – click here.  For more information about available commercial space at The Lofts at 7714, contact Margy Pettit at 704-491-1472 or Mary Crotty at 704-968-8286.

A Big Thanks to Lofts’ Tenant Mint Hill Martial Arts

The kind folks at Mint Hill Martial Arts, in particular Chris Facente and Glenwood Barnes, are helping The Lofts at 7714 complete a cosmetic remodel of the building’s restrooms.  Over the weekend, they worked very hard to have the floors painted, some of the walls painted, curtains hung and more, in time for the Yoga Workshop held at The Lofts on Sunday afternoon.  

The restrooms are original to this 1945 mill building, including the architecturally appealing wood doors for both the ladies and men’s rooms.   Giving them a cosmetic facelift is just one of our goals in transforming this vintage mill building into a distinctive work space for local entrepreneurs, merchants and creative souls.

A big thanks to Chris, Glenwood and the Mint Hill Martial Arts students for their help in bringing our vision for The Lofts at 7714 to life.