112 South Respess Street
Present-Day - Pamlico Air
The Fowle Warehouse was built around 1825. The basement and foundation of this warehouse are built with ballast rocks used in the Fowle Brothers shipping business. Josiah and Luke Fowle, later joined by their brother Samuel R. Fowle, established Fowle Brothers around 1812. The Fowles traded with the West Indies, South America, and Europe and dealt directly with New York and Boston. Before Stewart Parkway was constructed, the back door of this building was 10 feet from the river. Fowle ships loaded naval stores and merchandise for trade. This warehouse and the Havens Warehouse are thought to be the only example of their type in the state.