YWCA Shelter and Headquarters
Greensboro, NC 2014
Built in 1966, this commercial building has been renovated and converted into the Greensboro YWCA Headquarters. The project includes fifteen office spaces, two conference rooms, a gymnasium, two nurseries, three classrooms and an emergency homeless shelter.
Rehab Builders, Inc. won YWCA Greensboro’s Corporate Honoree for their work on the YWCA Shelter & Headquarters project!
“Your vision, hard work and dedication have provided a solid foundation, literally and figuratively, for the future of the YWCA Greensboro.” – YWCA Greensboro
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