Oak City Exterior Rendering





The Oak City Multi-Services Center is the culmination of several years of collaborative efforts of the City of Raleigh, Wake County, the Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness, and Catholic Charities. The Center will serve as a place where people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness can be connected to an array of services that will help them transition to permanent housing and access economic, medical, mental health and employment assistance. The Center will include a large multipurpose area for community meetings, training and weekend meal distribution. The core building space will meet basic needs, including access to telephones, computers, restrooms, bathing facilities and laundry. The Oak City Multi-Services Center will also provide meal distribution each weekend to an estimated 500 people per day.

The Oak City Multi-Services Center project includes site improvements and renovations to an existing warehouse building that was constructed in the 1950s. The newly renovated building will have approximately 20,291 SF of programmed area and 9,297 SF of future and mechanical space.
Take a virtual tour of the proposed interior of the facility:


Site Acreage​: 4.2 acres
Parking: ​39 spaces
Building Area: 29,588 SF
Programs Offered: ​Employment counseling, laundry facilities, telephone and computer access, health assessment, wellness examinations and referrals, and weekend meal distribution
Architect: ​LS3P Associates
Contractor: ​Gilbane Building Company
Construction Budget: ​$5,400,000
​Projected Opening: Late 2018
Current Phase: ​Design Development

Wake County ​
Project Manager:

​Tommy Moorman

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Oak City Exterior Rendering

Oak City Site Rendering