Winston-Salem, NC ()

Intergenerational Center for Arts and Wellness

NMTC financing for a multitenant social service center providing improved access to quality elder care, healthcare, early childhood education, arts, and other social services.


  • NMTC Amount: $20,500,000
  • Total Project Cost: $22,334,223


  • 34 FTE jobs
  • 175 construction jobs
  • 64 jobs retained. It is estimated that approximately 7,700 people will be served annually by Senior Services and the subtenant partner organizations. 64% are expected to be minority.
  • 62,414 sq. ft. of real estate


Project Description

The Intergenerational Center for Arts and Wellness is a multitenant social service center providing improved access to quality elder care, healthcare, early childhood education, arts, and other social services. Led by Senior Services, the facility will include:

  • – An expansion of Seniors Services’ Williams Adult Day Center (ADC) expanding services from 120 to 180 seniors daily (250 annually). The ADC provides both adult day care and health care services to participants in the facility and in-home care throughout Forsyth County.
  • – Family Services will have 6 pre-Head Start/Head Start/Universal Pre-K classrooms in the center.Intergenerational programming with the students and seniors will be offered daily.
  • – Hispanic League has the mission to improve the quality of life of Hispanic/Latinx residents by promoting community inclusion, education, health, and multicultural understanding. It will provide services and is a critical partner in building an inclusive community in the center.
  • – Novant Healthcare will operate a general medical clinic, open to all, with a focus on diabetes education.
  • – Winston-Salem State University will provide educational and clinical opportunities for students in its health sciences department through the provision of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and recreational therapy in its supervised practicum setting.
  • – The Sawtooth School for Visual Art will operate fiber arts and visual arts studios with space for two resident artists that may provide one-on-one instruction.
  • – Second Harvest Food Bank’s Providence Kitchen will operate a café with pre-packaged food items for sale in the center’s “Main Street” atrium. Second Harvest will also offer nutrition education classes.
  • – Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Health’s Paul Sticht Center for Aging and Rehabilitation is a geriatric clinical and research center that will operate a satellite center to improve the community’s access to services.
  • – HandsOn NWNC mobilizes people and organizations that inspire community change. Each year, they provide a wide variety of leadership, training, and technical assistance opportunities to staff, board members, and volunteer leaders within their diverse network of more than 500 nonprofits in Forsyth and surrounding counties.

The following partners are expected to utilize and provide programming in shared space in the center:

  • – The Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County
  • – Cancer Services
  • – 40+ Stage Company
  • – IMPROVment
  • – The Shepherd’s Center
  • – Trellis Supportive Care
  • – UNC School of the Arts
  • – Wake Forest University School of Medicine Maya
  • – Angelou Center for Health Equity
  • – Winston-Salem Symphony


Address: 114 West 30th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Census Tract: 37067001400

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