Business
8:00 am
Fri June 13, 2014

Baltimore Developer Breathes New Life Into Former R.J. Reynolds Manufacturing Site

Wake Forest Baptist is showing off the latest addition to Innovation Quarter on Friday, June 13, with the grand opening of its renovated 525@Vine complex. The former RJR buildings in Winston-Salem were brought back to life by Baltimore-based Wexford Science & Technology, a firm that’s become the major landlord within the research park and is helping plot its course in the future.

Despite a recession, Wexford stepped forward to invest in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter after an earlier developer faltered.
Credit Keri Brown

In this week’s Business Report, WFDD's Keri Brown interviews Triad Business Journal reporter Owen Covington about the critical role Wexford has played in moving the park forward, and how it will continue to guide development well into the future.

The Triad Business Journal's Owen Covington explains how Wexford Science & Technology turned a $250-million investment into a major research park at the former R.J. Reynolds manufacturing site in Winston-Salem.

To read Owen Covington’s stories and more breaking business news from the region, go to the Triad Business Journal online at triad.bizjournals.com

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