A New Urban Park in Winston-Salem The City of Arts & Innovation will soon have a new urban park, giving the community a new place to play, Bailey Park at East End. Located on the corner of Fourth Street and Patterson Avenue in downtown Winston-Salem, construction on the park will start the week of March 17. The park is expected to open in the early fall of this year. The new 1.6-acre park, which will be available for the public, will add to the creative work and play spaces that are part of the essence of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Plans for the community-based park include movie nights and other cultural and music events. Three local companies, Stimmel Associates, P.A. STITCH Design + Development and LMI Builders, will work together to create a harmonious setting for the park that is designed to encourage community interaction. Building materials will reference the history of the area, while their application and detailing will look to the future. Against the backdrop of a former industrial complex, Bailey Park solidifies the Innovation Quarter as just one more reason to come to work, live, learn and play. Note: High-resolution renderings are available upon request. Media contact: Chad Campbell, firstname.lastname@example.org, 336-713-1652. About Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Wake Forest Innovation Quarter (WakeForestInnovationQuarter) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is one of the fastest growing and largest urban-based research parks in the United States with a master plan for as much as six million square feet of office, laboratory and mixed-used space over its 145 developable acres. Innovation Quarter supports a diverse mix of academic, industry and business tenants by providing modern facilities, managed services and special activity features. By the end of 2014, more than 50 technology companies and 26 academic departments and entities employing more than 3,000 scientists, engineers and other professionals are expected to be working in the Innovation Quarter in over 1.1 million square-feet of world-class facilities, alongside annual workforce training in emerging technologies for 1,200 students, and with more than 2,200 close-by apartments, lofts and condominiums.