Urban Flex Space
Nestled in the heart of The Soda Pop District in downtown Wilmington, NC, the Bottle Works building stands as a testament to the city’s rich industrial history. Originally the home of the Coca Cola Wilmington Bottling Facility, this remarkable structure was constructed between the 1930s and 1960s. Today, it undergoes a transformation into a vibrant urban flex space, preserving the essence of the neighborhood while ushering in a new era of commerce and community. Spanning an entire city block bordered by Chestnut, Princess, Ninth, and Tenth streets, this 102,419-square-foot edifice sits on a generous 2.52-acre parcel of land.
With 2 floors and a total of 9 available suites for lease, the Bottle Works building offers an expansive range of units, from approximately 400 to 10,000 square feet. These units cater to an array of businesses, including storefronts, retail spaces, warehouses, manufacturing units, and hospitality venues. Currently undergoing extensive renovations, this historic landmark is being meticulously redesigned to meet the dynamic needs of modern business owners.
About the Area
Wilmington’s Soda Pop District is a thriving community, and the Bottle Works building is at its epicenter. Business owners will find a welcoming environment, with shared dock high load doors, as well as covered and pull-in grade roll-up doors for seamless operations. Beyond the building’s walls, the neighborhood has breweries, restaurants, coffee shops, cocktail bars, and local markets. It sits on Princess Street near Downtown Wilmington, only 5 minutes to Front Street and 20 minutes to Wrightsville Beach.
The Bottle Works building represents more than just a commercial space—it’s an opportunity to become part of an emerging community. With its strategic location in downtown Wilmington and its spacious, thoughtfully designed units, it’s poised to become a great opportunity for all businesses involved. To learn more about this property you can check out the listing or contact us!