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Roger L Stevens Center

407 West Fourth Street
Winston-Salem NC United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count12
Building Uses
 - office
 - restaurant
 - theatre
Structural Types
 - highrise

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof135 ft
Top floor121 ft

Architect: Stanhope, Johnson & R. O. Brannan

Originally built in 1928 as the Carolina Theatre and Apartments. The Carolina Theatre was the largest movie theatre between Atlanta and Washington D.C. It featured upscale apartments, elaborate lighting, elegant staircases, comfortable loungerooms, a pipe organ, a restaurant, cafe and a grand movie theatre with performance stage. This was the first air conditioned theatre in North Carolina. The movie theatre closed in 1975 and reopened as the Stevens Center for the Performing Arts after a major renovation.

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