Take a closer look at a prime site in Winston-Salem

Take a closer look at a prime site in Winston-Salem

(Before someone else snatches it up.)

A new site is ready for development in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. And it may not stay undeveloped for long. Here’s why.

The 99.4-acre site, owned by WSBI and located at 3200 Temple School Road, is more than a diamond in the rough. Nearby Union Cross Business Park is nearly filled—an industrial park developed by WSBI that is home to manufacturing, distribution and corporate facilities. Other adjacent facilities are up and running as well, including a Caterpillar manufacturing operation and the soon-to-open Herbalife manufacturing and distribution hub. This means the site is already well connected with high-capacity utilities and convenient access to a major interstate.

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Plus, the site is certified “ready for immediate development” by the North Carolina Certified Sites program.

In other words, the hard part is already done.

The site is ideal for advanced manufacturers, data centers or logistics operations looking for a prime opportunity to build. The acreage is large enough to accommodate up to a 1-million square-foot facility or several smaller facilities.

Add in the fact that Winston-Salem, Forsyth County is an outstanding place for business* and you have a site that is ready to take one fortunate (and fast-moving) company to the next level.


* We’ve written extensively about what makes Winston-Salem, Forsyth County an ideal location for business. Read more about our quality workforce, worker training and other attributes at our WSBI website


Herbalife chooses Winston-Salem for manufacturing and distribution hub

Herbalife chooses Winston-Salem for manufacturing and distribution hub

The North Carolina Governor’s Office released this press announcement earlier today:

Herbalife to Create 493 Jobs in Forsyth County
State Grants Assist Company with Locating Manufacturing Facility in Winston-Salem

RALEIGH – Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that Herbalife, a NYSE-listed company that manufactures and markets nutrition products, will establish a manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem. The company plans to create 493 jobs over the next three years and invest approximately $130 million in the purchase and complete retro-fitting of an existing facility, to include the machinery and technology to create a world-class manufacturing facility which is in full compliance with U.S. Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) for dietary supplements and food products. The project was made possible in part by state grants from the Job Development Investment Grant and the One North Carolina Fund award.

Searching for a site for your business?

Searching for a site for your business?

TRIAD TECH CENTER: Winston-Salem, North Carolina




Start here.

Winston-Salem Business, Inc. (WSBI) offers many tools to help businesses find the right location in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.  A perfect place to start is by searching our database of available sites. Updated regularly, the database provides details on hundreds of sites throughout Forsyth County, North Carolina.

Take a look here: Available Sites

Also, WSBI offers a free mobile app to help you find your new site when you are on the road. Download it here:  WS Business App

Click for free app.


WSBI Annual Meeting speaker Mike Randle video interview available

WSBI Annual Meeting speaker Mike Randle video interview available

Mike Randle, publisher of Southern Business and Development magazine, recently spoke at the Winston-Salem Business Inc. Annual Meeting.  His perspective on economic development in the South was well-received by those in attendance and we were fortunate to be able to interview him for our blog.

We have made several video clips of our interview with Mike Randle available for viewing on our YouTube channel.  You can see all of them here.

In the segment below, Mike Randle discusses the growth in manufacturing jobs in the South:

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For more of our interview with Mike Randle, click this link.

Is American Manufacturing on Track for a Comeback?

Is American Manufacturing on Track for a Comeback?

We recently came across this article from Rich Smith of the Motley Fool posted at DailyFinance.com and wanted to share it with our readers.

The article points out that “there are signs far up the supply chain that suggest an emerging renaissance in U.S. manufacturing.” Give it a read when you can.