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  1. Clemmons make get a 96 million dollar hospital!!! It will be a branch of Forsyth Hospital... it seems like everyone is trying to get a hospital first Kernersville then Davie and now CLemmons Here is a link about it. http://www.bizjournals.com/triad/stories/2...tml?jst=b_ln_hl
  2. are they ever going to build on the other side of the highway... i think it would look so cool is there were buildings on each side of you... i think when i have been past roanoke Va there are buldings on both sides.
  3. i like that condo alot it looks really nice!!
  4. that would be so cool, i have been wandering what there going to do with that lot....
  5. what is going on with this project i have not heard anything in a while?
  6. thats lookin bigger than i exspected how many more rooms will there be?
  7. looks like a good turnout!!
  8. can someone get pictures of all these projects, under constructuion and completed?
  9. Winston-Salem wants funding for NanoMed Institute Creation of the North Carolina NanoMedicine Institute in Winston-Salem's Piedmont Triad Research Park could generate as many as 6,000 jobs during the next 10 years, with an average annual salary of $87,000. But first, chambers of commerce from around the Piedmont Triad must convince the General Assembly to provide $15 million in initial funding for the project, according to an announcement from the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce. N.C. NanoMed would be an independent nonprofit medical testing facility designed to help companies obtain FDA approval for nanomedical products. The institute would include researchers from area colleges and universities, who would work with the companies in the testing process, the announcement said. David Carroll, director of the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University, said there is a shortage of such testing facilities, and that is impacting the industry's ability to bring nano-related products to market. "N.C. NanoMed is expected to be one of only two FDA testing facilities in the nation, and will fill an unmet need for regulatory review of nanotechnology in medical applications," Carroll said. Project boosters say the Triad already has a significant number of nanotechnology resources, and a facility such as N.C. NanoMed would draw many more. Rep. Larry Womble, D-Forsyth, is currently drafting a bill for the $15 million funding request that will be submitted prior to the May 9 filing deadline. If Winston is able to get this it would help the whole park, and new companies will start to move to the park.
  10. i think they should make the retial row close to restruant row so people can eat and shop.
  11. whats the latest on the streetcar plan???
  12. If the ballpark does not happen, i hope they will still develope the land with condos and retail
  13. if anybody get renderings will they share them
  14. what kind of stuff do they sell in the Mast General store?
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