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|601 Vine St|
Winston-Salem NC United States
| - office|
| - retail|
| - lowrise|
| - beaux arts|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - brick|
| - concrete|
Original Architect: J. E. Sirrine and Company
Renovation Architect: Gaudreau
Renovation Developer: Wexford Science + Technology
Renovation Cost: $150 million
Owner: BioMed Realty Trust
Certified LEED Platinum in 2014
Renovated Building features a retail courtyard and an elevated conference center over Vine Street with color changing lights.
A former industrial building converted into office space for technology company Inmar. The building is designed for fast growing Inmar to move 1,500 employees into the space.
A $4 million rails-to-trails project converted an old rail line behind the building into an elevated landscaped greenway for bicycle commuters and walkers. Designed to be a bicycle highway, it is non-stop and located along work places, stores, parks and residences. Walkers can also enjoy the landscaping and relax in their own lane. The rails remained in place and can be used in the future for a commuter rail transit system.
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