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Trenton Mill Lofts
Invigorated living with historic charm

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Trenton Mill Lofts

Trenton Mill Lofts offers invigorated living with historic charm in all of our Studio, One and Two Bedroom Lofts!  Come see how we are redefining the typical concept of apartment living-through our restoration and conversion of Gastonia's oldest standing textile mill into 85 artistic flats and loft-style homes for rent. Situated just blocks from historic downtown Gastonia, Trenton Mill is right in the heart of the FUSE Entertainment District, featuring a brand-new sports and entertainment stadium, the future Durty Bull Brewing Company, and much more!  Schedule your tour online today!

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Elevated Sense Of Style

Select your dream home from a diverse collection of thoughtfully designed luxury homes available with us, which includes variety of arrangements for each home with access to world-class amenities and is finished to reflect your unique personal taste.


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Relax. Refresh. Renew.

Our resident lounge offers an array of activities to keep you and your friends entertained before the big game. Unwind at our relaxing hammock park while listening to your favorite music, cozy up on a chilly fall night next to our designer fire pit or enjoy a movie at our mill yard cinema. Take a stroll around our pet-friendly community while ending your walk at our bark park. Stay fit with our onsite personal trainer, which is just one of many amazing MillPerks offered as a Trenton Mill resident! Our valued residents also enjoy a vast amount of other amenities including electric car charging stations, bike storage and even a place to enjoy your favorite brew on tap!


Apartments Conveniently Located in Downton Gastonia

Trenton Cotton Mills, Gastonia’s oldest extant textile mill, is locally significant under Criterion A in the area of Industry for its role in the development of Gastonia and Gaston County’s textile industry. Following the establishment of the Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company by G. W. Ragan in 1887, Gastonia soon became a hub of textile manufacturing in North Carolina. Trenton Cotton Mills, established in 1893 as Gastonia’s second textile mill and also organized by Ragan, experienced immediate and continuing success that led to expansion with a second mill on the property in 1900 and later substantial additions in 1922 and 1954. Trenton Cotton Mills began contributing to Gaston County’s renown for production of combed yarns ca. In1910, the company added the machinery necessary to convert to production of this high-quality yarn. The mill retains a relatively high level of historic integrity that conveys all major period of the operation’s growth. Its period of significance begins in 1893 with the completion of Mill No. 1 and ends in 1972 when the mill ceased operations.