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Link Apartments-Innovation Quarter in Downtown Winston-Salem

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Construction has commenced on Grubbs Properties second LInk Apartments project in the Camel City. The $43.5+ million project is located across from the Bailey Power Plant project & Bailey Park in the Heart of the Innovation Quarter. It consists of 344 apartment units wrapping around an 872 space parking garage, the spaces of which will be utilized by IQ district buildings in addition to the apartment units. Included in the project are 2 retail spaces totaling 5,000 sq. ft. fronting on East Fifth Street. The number of units makes this the largest apartment complex in Downtown so far unseating Plant 64 ( 243 units).  The retail portion will further invigorate the area creating a synergy with the Bailey Power Plant mixed use development across the street offering possible additional street front dining options depending on who leases the space. It also does an awesome job in increasing the density of the downtown urban grid by occupying an entire city block. The photos show the project looking toward the west and south along with the rendering of what the project will look like upon completion.

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Looking toward the west:

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Looking south:

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Here's the rendering of what the final product will look like. It really will enhance the vibrancy of the central district of the Innovation Quarter along with the adjacent Bailey Power Plant project.

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