- February 20, 2020
- Winston-Salem Chronicle
The Innovation Quarter is revealing a whole new look. And with that new look, we’re unveiling a new logo, website and simplifying our name. Learn how our new logo represents a pathway to innovation.
Just a few years ago, Bailey Park was an amalgam of buildings and surface lots. Today, it’s one of the most popular recreation spots in downtown Winston-Salem. Hear firsthand from some of the visionaries who had a hand in making Bailey Park a reality—how the urban green space came to be and what it means to them and the community as a whole.
The city’s top wish-listed Airbnb offers more than beds for heads. It’s also cultivating the local arts community through exposure, sales and support. The Wherehouse Art Hotel has five eclectic rental options including the Gallery Room, which features installations from area artists. But you don’t have to be a guest to experience the Wherehouse Art Hotel. In fact, local art enthusiasts can find high-quality and affordable pieces here, all curated by innkeeper and local art champion Haydee Thompson.
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Convergence is a guiding principle not only for the Innovation Quarter, but also for a growing innovation economy in and around Winston-Salem. Learn how bringing together entrepreneurs, institutions and small businesses in close proximity naturally creates interactions between entities that differ in industry, size and scope. Discover what can result when innovators converge.