Dumas Center for Artistic & Cultural Development

Roanoke, Virginia

Adaptive and reuse development of a 90-year-old historic hotel where celebrated African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux resided in the 1920s. Hotel rooms were transformed into offices and a performing arts center to be owned/operated by Roanoke Total Action Against Poverty.

The Roanoke Total Action Against Poverty group is a well-respected Roanoke-area social service agency. The fresh face of the Dumas Center can be viewed directly across the street from the former Strand Theater, now the Claude Moore Education Complex.

HRV Qualified Low Income Community Investment

$4,141,050 Return To All