WINSTON TOWER, one of North Carolina's most iconic buildings, is a 30-story, 425,741SF skyscraper located in the heart of a revitalized Downtown Winston-Salem. Formerly the corporate headquarters of Wachovia Bank, it surpassed the Reynolds Building as the tallest building in the city and the state. In 2001, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's just a short walk from several restaurants, theaters, and bars, as well as the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and BB&T Ballpark.
Winston Tower has been completely renovated since its 2003 purchase, with all new systems such as heating, cooling, water supply, electrical service and distribution, as well as fiber optics. New solar film has been installed on all windows, and two banks of elevators, or 11 in total, have been totally modernized. There are also new LED lights in the parking deck. The building boasts cutting edge technology, with fiber-optic internet and a telecommunications infrastructure provided by Time Warner Cable, AT&T, Earthlink, and DukeNet to provide businesses with immediate high-speed connectivity.