Architect Scott Garvin is turning the City Market Arts and Antiques building, which consisted of two buildings under one roof, and the Carolina Imports on Gervais Street in the Vista, into a plaza and complex of the original 19th Century buildings housing a cluster of new restaurants and a brewery. This is one of two apartments on the complex.
Architect Scott Garvin is turning the City Market Arts and Antiques building, which consisted of two buildings under one roof, and the Carolina Imports on Gervais Street in the Vista, into a plaza and complex of the original 19th Century buildings housing a cluster of new restaurants and a brewery. This is one of two apartments on the complex. Photos by Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Architect Scott Garvin is turning the City Market Arts and Antiques building, which consisted of two buildings under one roof, and the Carolina Imports on Gervais Street in the Vista, into a plaza and complex of the original 19th Century buildings housing a cluster of new restaurants and a brewery. This is one of two apartments on the complex. Photos by Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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