was built in Downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, in 1927 during the roaring twenties. The GB was a hot commodity then, and it is even hotter now. The renovated building is filled with technology companies and all their accoutrements: fiber, double-power-loop electricity, back-up systems, co-locate rooms, and a big, flat, clearview roof for antennas. Amongst the telcos, small to mid-size companies and professionals of all stripes lease offices. “Good value and historical chic,” say Guilford Building people.
The Guilford Building is often in the news. Click here to read newspaper articles about the building.
It is also known as Greensboro’s Telecommunication Hotel. Click here to see some Guilford Building telcos.