AdVenture Development Expands To Historic 1916 Vick Building In Downtown Selma

Extensive renovations made to historic Vick Building

SELMA – AdVenture Development, LLC, has moved its corporate offices to the Vick Building at 101 South Raiford Street, Suite 200, in downtown Selma. AdVenture Development is a tenant in the historic 1916 building where Vicks VapoRub was invented.

Extensive renovations were necessary to bring back the once grand commercial building. Hauch Design PLLC of Raleigh was the architect and Lee Design Building LLC of Princeton served as General Contractor on this project.

Adventure Development President Kevin Dougherty stated, “We’re thrilled to be a part of the revitalization of downtown Selma. In the future, we look forward to introducing our new space to the entire community.”

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the stylish two-story, polychrome, eclectic brick commercial building with a mix of masonry decorated elements is crowned by an overhanging hip roof supported by paired, carved brackets anchored on masonry corbels. The prominent building addresses both S. Raiford and E. Anderson streets and showcases a six-arch loggia that wraps around the principal corner and shelters the main entrance.

AdVenture Development will occupy the entire second floor (3,000 square feet) featuring multiple private offices and a large, co-working space. The Vick Building also includes 1,500 square feet of restaurant space adjacent to 1,500 square feet for office or other use at ground level. Both ground level spaces are currently available for lease.

About AdVenture Development
Adventure Development, located in Selma, NC, focuses on commercial real estate development projects. Recent projects include McCandless Crossing, a 1.2 million square-foot mixed use development with retail, medical, hospitality, office, entertainment, residential and senior living, in Pittsburgh, PA; Triangle East Collaborative (TEC); and the soon-to-be developed Eastfield Crossing project, a 3 million square-foot mixed use Project located at Exits 97 and 98 on I-95 in the Triangle East Raleigh metro area.