Bailey Power Plant 23-1   |  450 N. Patterson   |  

  • TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PROPERTY, CONTACT:

    Aubrey Linville, CCIM at aubrey@ltpcommercial.com

    —or—

    Jordan Cooper at jordan@LTPcommercial.com

    Bailey South is a unique development that combines a 10,000 SF historic power plant with 65,000 SF of innovative new design. Expansive outdoors spaces, engaging building design, and connectivity to the surrounding live-work-play community create an unparalleled opportunity for retail, entertainment and office space. The 2nd floor retail and office entrance is serviced from R. J. Reynolds’s historic elevated railroad trestle that extends directly from 4th Street sidewalk, downtown Winston-Salem’s busiest pedestrian and car thoroughfare. This vibrant, mixed-use project will play an important role in the expansion of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and its impact on the surrounding downtown Winston-Salem community.

    Address:450 N. Patterson
    City:Winston-Salem
    Zip:27101
    Lease TypeFull Service (Office), NNN (Retail)
    Lease Rate/sf$25.00-$26.00
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  • PROPERTY DETAILS

    Property Type Office
    Retail
    Building sf ± 75,000
    Office sf ± 1,828 - 3,766
    Retail sf ± 1,128 - 8,700
    Year Built ±Projected June 2020
    Floors ±5
    Elevator ±Yes
    SprinkleredYes

    UTILITIES

    ElectricalYes
    WaterYes
    SewerYes
    AirYes
    HeatYes
    GasYes

    TAX INFORMATION

    County:Forsyth , NC

    PRICING & TERMS

    Lse Rt/sf ±$25.00-$26.00
    Lease TypeFull Service (Office), NNN (Retail)
    CommentsBailey South is a unique development that combines a 10,000 SF historic power plant with 65,000 SF of innovative new design. Expansive outdoors spaces, engaging building design, and connectivity to the surrounding live-work-play community create an unparalleled opportunity for retail, entertainment and office space. The 2nd floor retail and office entrance is serviced from R. J. Reynolds’s historic elevated railroad trestle that extends directly from 4th Street sidewalk, downtown Winston-Salem’s