Construction is set to begin on the historic Reynolds Building in downtown Winston-Salem, which is being redeveloped as a Kimpton Hotel, restaurant and apartments. The first phase of construction will include the restaurant and hotel, with apartments following after that.
Plans have been submitted for the hotel, which will occupy floors 2 through 6 in the 22-story building built in 1929, with an anticipated cost of $5.3 million to upfit those areas, according to building permit documents.
Davis said drawings for the hotel portion are being reviewed by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Inspection Department, with drawings and plans for the apartment portions and restaurant to be submitted in the coming weeks. Construction could begin within three weeks, Davis said.
Davis said work will begin on the hotel, restaurant and first phase of apartments initially, with work on the higher levels of apartments following the completion of this first phase.