Local leaders and community members gathered outside of the highly anticipated new Kaleideum building in downtown Winston-Salem for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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As first phase of Winston-Salem affordable housing project nears completion, funding gap for next step remains
A project involving more than 400 new affordable housing units in Winston-Salem is facing a multimillion-dollar funding gap for one of its phases.
The city of Winston-Salem is honoring Black History Month with a traveling exhibit celebrating the history of Black builders and craftspeople.
Winston-Salem leaders touted a motel conversion project as a solution to homelessness. Now delays and lawsuits are raising questions about its future
This week the city of Asheville pulled the plug on a long-awaited project to convert a motel into housing for people experiencing homelessness. The move came after the partner organizations managing the project were named in a multi-million dollar lawsuit. Winston-Salem has been attached to a similar project with the same partners since 2022. And city leaders say that partnership stands, despite repeated delays.
Winston-Salem City Council approved the sale of a Spring Street apartment building Monday despite concern from its residents and advocates.
The city of Winston-Salem is finalizing its federal legislative priorities for the next calendar year. The 2024 Federal Action Plan outlines several issues city officials think should be prioritized by federal legislators. The plan organizes those issues into eight categories, including affordable housing, public safety, and public infrastructure.
Originally built in 1929, the facility was the first bottling plant designed by Coca-Cola architects. Its new owner plans to convert to restaurant and event space.
Repairs at Crystal Towers face a possible delay as an additional part is needed for one of its two elevators.
William “Pat” Pate officially took the helm from longtime manager Lee Garrity at the beginning of November. He told WFDD he's focused on improving quality of life for Winston-Salem residents.
According to a 2018 study, there is a shortage of more than 16,000 affordable rental homes in the city. Officials voted in a committee meeting in October to allow city staff to research developing a housing trust fund.