Phase I of the project, which opened over the course of the past 15 years, consists of 1.2 million square feet
of research, office and residential space. Walt Unks, Journal


Downtown Winston-Salem’s Innovation Quarter is featured prominently in a global research report on the roles that such districts can play in resolving “wicked problems” that can include climate change, infectious diseases and social inequities.

The research brief from the Global Institute on Innovation Districts was released last week.

Innovation Quarter – also known as IQ – was one of six inaugural institute members in June 2019. Innovation Quarter is one of the five global districts chosen for the case study with each “demonstrating an interaction of land as part of a governance structure.”

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