Isidore Newman School will start construction soon on a $5 million, 25,500 square foot early childhood building, reports CityBusiness.
The 25,500-square-foot GreenTrees Early Childhood Village will be built at the corner of Danneel and Soniat streets on the southeast corner of the campus near the site of the school’s existing early children’s center, Greenie House.
Waggonner and Ball Architects designed the building.
Ryan Gootee General Contractors is handling construction, which should start with piles being driven at the site in the next month.
The new facility would allow for an expansion of the early childhood education program from 60 students to a projected enrollment of 154.
Plans for the facility include indoor and outdoor instructional areas, 12 classrooms, two larger flexible classrooms and a playground area in the middle. Plans also call for a large parking lot to accommodate increased usage.
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