Wake Forest Innovation Quarter is home to a number of lofts and apartments. Explore the various residential spaces located in or near the innovation district.
757 North Apartments
Located at 757 N Chestnut Street, 757 North Apartments offers one- and two-bedroom units. The apartments feature open-concept floor plans, walk-in closets and designer kitchens with granite countertops and tile backsplashes. Community amenities include a fitness center, outdoor lounge will grill and television and on-site parking included.
Located at 101 North Chestnut Street, Albert Hall offers loft apartments with two garage spaces and parquet floors. The apartments are all located on the fourth floor of the building with elevator access. Built in 1915, the historic Albert Hall has high ceilings and large windows in each apartment.
Winston Factory Lofts
Originally built in 1920 by the P. H. Hanes Company for textile manufacturing, the developers of Winston Factory Lofts converted these industrial buildings into 171 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes. They have two pet parks and a full-size outdoor pool. The lofts are located on 675 North Main Street.
The Gallery Lofts
The Gallery Lofts apartments offer an urban living experience on 181 East 6th Street. The lofts feature one- or two-bedroom floor plans with original hardwood maple floors. The building includes a rooftop terrace, a fully equipped fitness studio and an art gallery on the first floor.
Situated in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem, Plant 64 offers contemporary one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments to fit any lifestyle. This pet-friendly community offers a variety of community and apartment amenities, such as a fitness center, oversized closets and a salt-water pool. Plant 64 is located at 545 Power Plant Circle.
Piedmont Leaf Lofts
The Piedmont Leaf Lofts is a historic building located on 406 East Fourth Street that has been converted into 14 condos with one-, two- or three-bedrooms. The lofts feature exposed brick and beams, high ceilings and tall windows. Building amenities include inside garage parking and an outdoor common space.
The Residences at the R.J. Reynolds Building
Located just blocks from the Innovation Quarter on 51 East Fourth Street, The Residences offer one- and two-bedroom apartment homes on floors 7–17 of this historic building. The pet-friendly building features LED lighting, high-speed Internet and stainless steel appliances. The building includes a two-lane bowling alley and a panoramic roof deck, and is home to The Katherine, a French brassiere, located on the street level of the building.