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Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offers a unique urban home to entrepreneurial ambitions. It supports biomedical science, technology, and information technology companies, and nationally recognized universities destined to change the world through innovation, collaboration and creativity.

biotech place

Wake Forest Biotech Place

575 Patterson Ave.
242,000 gsf
5 story building with glass atrium
Year redeveloped: 2012

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Richard H. Dean Biomedical Research Building

391 Technology Way
180,434 gsf
4 story building
Year built: 2004

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One Technology Place

200 E. First St.
108,900 gsf
4 story building
Year built: 1999
PTCRC

Piedmont Triad Community Research Center (PTCRC)

115 S. Chestnut St.
100,185 gsf
3 story building
Year built: 1957

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Data Center

415 E. Third St.
30,252 gsf
3 story building
Year built: 2006

Inmar

Inmar Headquarters

635 Vine St.
240,000 gsf
3 story building

Vine

525@Vine

525 Vine St.
245,874 gsf
4 story building

FUTURE BUILDINGS

60 Building

Building 60

403 Vine St.
330,862 gsf
5 story building

Center-for-design-innovation

Center for Design Innovation

450 Design Avenue, near Rams Drive
24,000 gsf
Various story building

BaileyPower

Bailey Power Plant

450 North Patterson Avenue
Year Built: Early 1920s

 

For more information about leasing space at buildings in Innovation Quarter, please call Will Partin at +1.336.713.1336 or email him at wpartin@wakehealth.edu.

For information about space activation and programming events, please call Lindsay Yarborough at +1.336.713.1452 or email her at lyarboro@wakehealth.edu.