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Old May 13th, 2007, 09:55 PM   #61
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Old May 14th, 2007, 06:20 AM   #63
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there is an online rumor surrounding Mast in downtown.
27101 is spreading the rumor at this site (link below). I guess we will see what happens? I would love to see Mast General Store in the Pepper Building.

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Old May 17th, 2007, 11:29 PM   #64
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a few construction updates from this past weekend...

The Gateway:

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YWCA in the background...almost complete

Brownstones on Marshall st.



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Thursday, May 17, 2007

Quiznos, Brueggers Bagels and Dilworth Coffeehouse to open at Nissen Apartments

Jeff Smith-relish columnist

Quiznos Subs is nearing the end of its construction. The 2,000-square-foot restaurant, which will seat 30, is owned by local franchisee Toasted Subs LLC. This is the company’s first Quiznos and the owners are excited about being part of the revitalization downtown. The hours will be 10 a.m. until early evening on Monday through Friday, and Quiznos will be open on Saturdays when there are major events going on downtown. An opening is anticipated for early June.

The other eatery under construction is Brueggers Bagels and Dilworth Coffeehouse. It’s being opened by The Bagel Boys/The Coffee Boys LLC. It will include the bagel franchise and Dilworth Coffee House, which is based in Charlotte. Brueggers/Dilworth will occupy 2,300 square feet and will seat 60 patrons. An anticipated opening is planned for early summer.

Quizno’s, Brueggers Bagels and Dilworth Coffeehouse all will be WiFi accessible using the Fourth Street free wireless.

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excellent pics! its good to see things moving along.
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Wonderful I love to see construction updates as frequently as your time allows. This is the best way for us to see the progress, without actually being there. Keep the photos coming
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Old May 19th, 2007, 09:19 PM   #67
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here is an updated site plan for the downtown ballpark. ground is scheduled to break next month. the propoerty is also up for rezonig at that time.
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Great photos Twin City!
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^thanks.

just a a few updates...

new renderings!

renderings of the Brown Roger Dixson apartments can be seen here:

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the city's 2 collegiate football stadiums are gettig upgraded with state of the art additions.

Deacon Tower at Groves Stadium


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- $45 million
- 7 stories
- 123,000 sf
- 125 ft.
- 660 club seats
- 24 premium tables
- 27 box suites
- complete by 2008

Bowman Gray Stadium
- home of the WSSU Rams
- new fieldhouse that will be complete by this fall.




$5 million
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20ft video scoreboard.
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another old factory gets a new life

The city council approved an economic-incentive deal for the Geocomponents division of the Hanes Cos. The deal is worth $117,370 over 10years.

The Hanes Cos., which is a division of Leggett & Platt Co. Inc. of Carthage, Mo., and not connected with Hanesbrands Inc., will get grants based on about 60 percent of the property-tax revenue created by Hanes’ $4 million investment in a distribution plant north of downtown. the plan is to move the headquarters of the Geocomponents division and light manufacturing to its Hanes Dye & Finishing Co. operation at 600 Northwest Blvd., where there is a 750,000-square-foot plant and an old warehouse.Within 18 months, the new operation will employ 212 employees.
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Good work, TwinCity!!! Thank you for taking the time to show us the progress in Winston-Salem
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a few small updates from this past week...

Owners of startup looking at downtown Winston-Salem

By M. Paul Jackson
JOURNAL REPORTER

Tonia Crook, one of the founders of TunTek Inc., often gives presentations on her business, a startup medical-device company that has developed a cancer-screening test for patients.

Crook developed the test while performing medical research locally and in South Carolina, but she is getting used to being a saleswoman.

“Our biggest challenge is money,” she said.

The company, based in Lexington, is attempting to raise money and possibly move to downtown Winston-Salem. It is one of several medical-device companies that have come to the region because of its growing reputation as a health-care hub, economic-development and technology officials said.

“I think that the research park is a good catalyst for medical devices,” said John Wilson, the president of SpringMed Group LLC, a Winston-Salem company that helps medical-device companies with federal regulatory laws. “I think it’s seen as a good, fertile environment.”

But like many young companies, TunTek has a bumpy road to take to success. The three-person business needs to raise about $3 million and persuading venture capitalists to back the business could be a tough sell, Crook said.

“I think a lot of VC’s are not investing at a seed stage, and we’re a seed stage” company, she said.

TunTek is developing a medical kit that could help physicians diagnose cancer more easily. The company has not yet received federal approval for its device and needs money and space to market the research.

TunTek’s screening device works by helping physicians detect cell death, or “apoptosis” in the body, Crook said. Apoptosis is often an indicator of cancer, she said.

Typically, researchers detect apoptosis by using a device to manually “stain” cells with enzymes, and then analyzing those stained cells as they pass through a laser or similar light source. The test is often used to predict or detect cancer in the body.

But manually staining the cells can be prone to errors, Crook said. TunTek’s device - a small box containing vials of enzymes and chemicals - would attach to existing cell stainers, allowing physicians to stain cells quicker and easier, said Reba Morris, the company’s chief operating officer.

“We believe that our automated method will give researchers a tool that can drive research forward dramatically, giving quicker, better results in laboratory studies,” she said. “It can potentially be used by the pharmaceutical industry in drug testing, helping to get critical cancer drugs to market sooner.”

The company was created in November and incorporated this week. Crook began her research while she was a cancer researcher at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center more than 10 years ago. She continued her research while working at the University of South Carolina and moved back to the region in 2004, she said.
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Christian Coffee Shop planned for Civic Plaza

Crosland Barnes Group’s new building at the corner of Summit Square Boulevard and Hanes Mill Road has two tenants, Mobys Coffee Co. and AT&T Wireless.

Mobys is a Christian coffee company based in Mount Airy. The company hopes to open the store June 15.

Two other Mobys are planned for the Winston-Salem area.

Brian Brady, the company’s president, hopes to open a store at 619 Deacon Way near Groves Stadium in late July and another in the Liberty Plaza building in downtown Winston-Salem in August.
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Tobacco lounge is on track for summer opening

Thursday, May 24, 2007

By Jeff Smith
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Construction is moving along for the Marshall McGearty Tobacco Lounge at 321 W. Fourth St. (at the corner of Fourth and Marshall streets).

It’s designed to be a hip, upscale lounge to promote Reynolds Tobacco Co.’s new premium brand of cigarettes, Marshall McGearty Tobacco Artisan, a blend of 11 flavors that are custom-rolled by tobacconists.

This is the company’s second lounge. The first is in Chicago. During the renovation, workers have put in a new ventilation system and knocked a few holes in the wall to create windows to allow more light into the space.

The lounge will occupy the street level and will feature a “ridiculously plush” (love that term) environment, with cozy chairs and sofas, plus coffees, pastries and other baked goods. Beer and wine may be served.

The latest word is that the lounge is on track for an early summer opening. Stay tuned for those details in the coming weeks.
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Friday, June 1, 2007

Quiznos opens downtown


JOURNAL STAFF AND WIRE REPORT

A Quiznos franchise restaurant opened yesterday at 310 W. Fourth St. on the ground level of the Nissen Building in downtown Winston-Salem.

The franchise owners are Steven Shafer and Eric Pucciariello.

The restaurant sells subs, sandwiches and salads. It is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

A Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery and Dilworth Coffeehouse combination restaurant is expected to open next to Quiznos by early July.

The restaurant is owned by The Coffee Boys of the Triad. Business partners in The Coffee Boys of the Triad are Guy Hunter, Ralph Heckman and Craig Hunter.

Craig Hunter said that company officials are excited about downtown and the recently announced activities there, including new residential condominiums and a baseball stadium.
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June 1, 2007

W-S downtown development focuses on retail

by Matt Harrington

The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership wants to increase the amount of retail space, like these shops along Trade Street.
View Larger The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership has an ambitious plan to increase the amount of occupied retail space in the center city by 50 percent.

The partnership's board recently approved an update to the Downtown Area Plan, as did the Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County planning board. The plan will go in front of city council later this month.


Council needs to approve the plan because it contains some land-use elements, and with its approval, the downtown partnership will be able to begin working through the goals outlined in the document.

Among a variety of initiatives the partnership would like to see come to fruition, retail is at the top of the list. Partnership President Jason Thiel said there is currently about 300,000 square feet of occupied street-level retail space in downtown, and he wants to add 150,000 square feet of leased retail space to that figure within the next several years through a mixture of new space and filling existing properties.

"I think the low-hanging fruit is obviously to fill some of the vacant space, but there are open spaces that would lend themselves toward new projects," he said.

Though Thiel said nothing was specifically in the works, he pointed to the GMAC parking lot at the corner of Fourth and Spruce streets and the area around the city's transportation center at the corner of Fifth and Trade as possibilities for development.

"If we do have a project that comes through, we feel like we've got the space for it," Thiel said.

Under the umbrella of "retail," Thiel also includes restaurants and entertainment venues. Some of those, including the Quizno's and Bruegger's bagel shop in the Nissen building, are close to opening and others, such as R.J. Reynolds Tobacco's Marshall McGearty Tobbaco Lounge concept and Bazaar, a tapas bar and nightclub with a Moroccan theme, will open later this summer.

In general, Thiel said he hopes the retail development will help connect downtown's two developing districts -- Fourth Street west of Cherry Street and Trade Street north of Fifth.

http://triad.bizjournals.com/triad/s...2&surround=etf
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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Major biotech conference to be held in Winston-Salem

The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area - 11:01 AM EDT Tuesday, June 5, 2007

The Council for Entrepreneurial Development will return to Winston-Salem for its Biotech 2008 conference, after making the city the first host for the event outside Research Triangle Park in 2006.

Gwyn Riddick, director of the Piedmont Triad office of the N.C. Biotechnology Center, said Biotech 2008 will be May 19-20 of next year. The event draws hundreds of scientists, executives and investors from around the region.

Riddick said he was pleased the major conference will be returning next year.

"The Piedmont Triad is still in the heavy research and entrepreneurial phase of biotech development, but our economic story is getting bigger each year now that we have two regional research parks in early development," Riddick said, referring to the Piedmont Triad Research Park in Winston-Salem and the Gateway University Research Park in Greensboro.
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National Black Theatre Festival announces details

Hal Williams and Vanessa Bell Calloway will serve as celebrity co-chairs of the National Black Theatre Festival this summer, festival organizers said today during a star-studded press conference.

Williams is perhaps best known for his starring role on the Emmy-Award-winning sitcom 227. Calloway appeared in such films as Coming to America and on television on the such shows as Boston Public, The Closer and Joan of Arcadia.

Both are longtime supporters of the festival, said Brian McLaughlin, the festival's media relations director.

Larry Leon Hamlin, the founder and director of the festival, has been ill and is not expected to attend this year's festival. Festival organizers have declined to discuss his condition.

"Larry will not be with us this year, but we have every effort to ensure that this is not just a festival but a 'marvtastic' festival," said Nigel Alston, the festival's fundraising co-chairman.

Alston said that the festival is close to meeting its fund-raising goals. Mayor Alan Joines, who is leading fund raising with Alston, said the city has committed $150,000 to the festival and will give another $25,000 for a youth program.


do u know the 2 other W-S natives that starred in 227?

Hal Williams: TV - Sanford and Son, 227, The Sinbad Show. Film - Hardcore, Private Benjamin, The Cherokee Kid Guess Who and The Rookie.


Vanessa Bell Calloway: TV - Boston Public, All My Children. Film - What's Love Got to Do With It? Coming to America and Cheaper by the Dozen
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Saturday, June 9, 2007
RJR drops plan for downtown smoking lounge
It says that smoking restrictions spurred marketing change


By Richard Craver
JOURNAL REPORTER

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has stubbed out plans to open a smoking lounge in downtown Winston-Salem.

Company spokesman David Howard said yesterday that its proposed Marshall McGearty Tobacco Lounge will not open this summer as planned. The expansion of smoking restrictions, nationally and regionally, prompted Reynolds to change its marketing strategy for the premium brand, he said.

The new brand is only a tiny part of Reynolds’ portfolio, but it was started in December 2005 as an attempt to reach upscale adult consumers.

The smoking-lounge concept was used as a marketing tool.

Reynolds announced plans for the Winston-Salem lounge - its second - in July 2006. The company was within weeks of completing extensive renovations to the building, which is on the corner of West Fourth and Marshall streets.

According to Bonnie Herzog, an analyst for Citigroup, 17 states now require smoke-free workplaces for all workers, including restaurants and bar workers. Other states, such as Louisiana and Nevada, have passed laws restricting smoking in all workplaces except for standalone bars and casinos.

Reynolds inaugurated the “ridiculously plush” lounge in Chicago to showcase the “superpremium” cigarette brand called Marshall McGearty Tobacco Artisans. A pack sells for $9 in Chicago, which includes $3.86 in taxes. In addition to the cigarettes, the lounge offers alcoholic and other beverages and light food. It is restricted to people 21 and older.

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Guess I won't miss it since I am not a smoker
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do u know the 2 other W-S natives that starred in 227?

Helen Martin, who played Weeping Wanda on Good Times, was also from Winston.
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Friday, June 15, 2007

Project gets a boost
Planning board leaves details to be worked out by city council before final OK

By Blair Goldstein
JOURNAL REPORTER

The City-County Planning Board unanimously approved yesterday a rezoning request for a proposed ballpark in downtown Winston-Salem, although the developers have still not said what the stadium will look like, how much sound and light it give off, or where visitors will park.

After an hourlong public hearing, board members decided that all of those details can be worked out by the Winston-Salem City Council before it signs off on the project.

“We don’t usually approve things that we know so little about,” board member Carol Eickmeyer said.

Joseph Bellissimo, one of the ballpark developers, said that consultants are working on a noise and parking study.

He said that the developers plan to meet with neighbors at the beginning of next month to share the results before the city council meets.

“It’s exciting. We like the faith that they showed us and we live here, too. We’re going to build something we can be proud of,” Bellissimo said.

Yesterday’s vote is one more sign that the stadium project is moving forward.

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W-S seeks funding for Soldier Institute
The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area - June 15, 2007

A futuristic effort to regrow limbs lost by soldiers in combat has Wake Forest University in line to receive $8 million in the next state budget and possibly tens of millions more from the federal government over the next five years.

If included in the final state budget, the money would support a new Soldier Institute of Regenerative Medicine, an initiative of the Department of Defense. That federal agency also could send $10 million per year in funding through 2012 to the Piedmont Triad Research Park for a new biomanufacturing facility affiliated with the existing research lab run there by Dr. Anthony Atala.

The version of the state budget passed by the Senate at the end of May included $4 million each in recurring and nonrecurring funds for the Soldier Institute for 2007 and 2008. The House version of the budget did not include that money.

While it won't be known if the appropriation will survive until the two chambers pass a final budget, possibly by the end of this month, supporters of the project are hopeful. Both of the Senate sponsors of the funding legislation are on the conference committee hammering out differences with the House, including Sen. Linda Garrou, D-Forsyth, who is co-chairing that committee.

Sen. Pete Brunstetter, R-Forsyth, the bill's other sponsor, is also on the conference committee. He said he is pushing to include the money because the project could be important for the biotech economy in the Triad, and also because it is a meaningful way to support American troops seriously injured and impaired from war.

The federal government "has already recognized regenerative medicine as being a critical part of the treatment of wounded soldiers," Brunstetter said. "This funding represents North Carolina saying it's also important to us, both because of our large military population and because of the research efforts at Wake Forest."

Leveraging Atala
Some of that research is already taking place at the Wake Forest University Institute for Regenerative Medicine. But it would be given a major boost by such large commitments from the state and federal governments, said Atala, one of the world's leading scientists in such studies.

Atala and his team make international headlines on a regular basis for their research into using a patient's own cells to regrow organs.

Atala's most advanced work so far has been in internal organs such as the bladder, but he said the same principles that allow a new organ to grow from the cells of a damaged one could also apply to bones and skin or small body parts such as ears.

The U.S. Dept. of Defense has placed a high priority on wound treatments. While improved defensive strategies and emergency medical techniques have cut fatalities in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, soldiers who survive an attack often must live with severe injuries and disfigurements.

Wake Forest is already a member of the Soldier Treatment and Regeneration Consortium along with scientists at the University of Pittsburgh and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, among other institutions. These institutions are working together on a short-term goal of regrowing a functioning finger.

"We already have the soldier consortium active here," Atala said. "What we'd like to do is expand its work further."

Atala said the bulk of all the new money being sought would go toward a facility in the Piedmont Triad Research Park that meets the "Good Manufacturing Practice" standards required by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. That site would be where organs and tissues for patients could be regenerated in larger volumes than is possible in a research lab.

Atala said it is too early to know how large such a facility would be or how many people it would employ. But he suggested that the $8 million from the state and up to $50 million currently planned from the defense department plus a $2 million per year commitment from Wake Forest could be only the beginning.

http://triad.bizjournals.com/triad/stories/2007/06/18/story1.html?b=1182139200^1476648
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RibFest 2007 is coming to Winston-Salem this weekend. The festival showcases some of the best cooks in the region and also offers live music all weekend. The festival runs Thursday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight. Cost is $5 for adults (except Saturday night which is $8). Kids 12 and under FREE. SideBar

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YWCA grandopening scheduled for June 16

WINSTON-SALEM, NC - The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural women's organization in the world and they're expanding in Winston-Salem. On Saturday, June 16th the YWCA @ the Gateway will open their doors to the community. Advertisement

The 90,000 sq. ft. facility is the largest YWCA on the east coast. The facility features a 9,000 - square foot fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strengthening equipment; a competition swimming pool and family water park; three full-size basket ball courts; a computerized library; and a cyber café.

Since the facility is brand new, the program staff says they are looking to the community for program input. They want to truly service the community's needs with their programs, so they want members to help with activity planning.

For more information on the YWCA @ the Gateway, visit the facility on Saturday, June 16.
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Demolition of building to start Winston-Salem condo project

June 25, 2007

The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area

The developer of a downtown condominium project in Winston-Salem was slated to demolish the existing building at 575 Liberty St. Monday to make way for the project.

The developer, 575 Liberty LLC, plans to build a four-story, 36-unit condominium building in place of the Advance Auto building on Liberty Street, with one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Pre-construction pricing starts from the $220,000s, with units including private balconies and underground parking.
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That is a great looking building, and a little out of the ordinary. I take it the ground floor is actually used for parking, but judging from the rendering it does not look bad, at all. Thanks for the update, TwinCity
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