Wake Forest Innovation Quarter is an urban research park located in the heart of the dynamic urban area of Winston-Salem, a place that has earned national recognition for its high-tech success and low cost of living. It is adjacent to six major academic institutions including Wake Forest University. Wake Forest Innovation Quarter is a hub for innovation in biomedical science, technical research, and information technology. The entire redevelopment will convert a total of 1.1 million square feet of rehabbed R.J. Reynolds historic tobacco warehouses and other historic buildings into a vibrant, urban community with Wake Forest as the primary driver.
The Chronicle of Higher Education notes Ayers Saint Gross projects at Goucher College, Emory University, and VCU in this look at first-year housing best practices.