General Denver ‘four seasons dining’ area taking shape


The new enclosed “four seasons dining area” is taking shape at the General Denver in Wilmington. The expanded area is 33 feet by 45 feet, which was previously outdoor seating space, and the exterior will have a “stenciled EFIS brick pattern to match the existing building” according to plans filed with the City of Wilmington. The contractor is Tim Vinup of Wilmington; the architect is Randall Plikerd of Norwood.

The new enclosed “four seasons dining area” is taking shape at the General Denver in Wilmington. The expanded area is 33 feet by 45 feet, which was previously outdoor seating space, and the exterior will have a “stenciled EFIS brick pattern to match the existing building” according to plans filed with the City of Wilmington. The contractor is Tim Vinup of Wilmington; the architect is Randall Plikerd of Norwood.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The new enclosed “four seasons dining area” is taking shape at the General Denver in Wilmington. The expanded area is 33 feet by 45 feet, which was previously outdoor seating space, and the exterior will have a “stenciled EFIS brick pattern to match the existing building” according to plans filed with the City of Wilmington. The contractor is Tim Vinup of Wilmington; the architect is Randall Plikerd of Norwood.

The new enclosed “four seasons dining area” is taking shape at the General Denver in Wilmington. The expanded area is 33 feet by 45 feet, which was previously outdoor seating space, and the exterior will have a “stenciled EFIS brick pattern to match the existing building” according to plans filed with the City of Wilmington. The contractor is Tim Vinup of Wilmington; the architect is Randall Plikerd of Norwood.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/04/web1_denver-2.jpgThe new enclosed “four seasons dining area” is taking shape at the General Denver in Wilmington. The expanded area is 33 feet by 45 feet, which was previously outdoor seating space, and the exterior will have a “stenciled EFIS brick pattern to match the existing building” according to plans filed with the City of Wilmington. The contractor is Tim Vinup of Wilmington; the architect is Randall Plikerd of Norwood. Tom Barr | News Journal