Evolution Enrichment Center Offers Array of Classes at 38 Delancey Street

Posted on: September 2nd, 2014 at 9:19 am by
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It’s back to school, including for 38 Delancey. The condoplex at the northeast corner of Forsyth and Delancey Streets just welcomed its second learning facility on premises. Innovate Manhattan charter school opened on the third floor in September 2012 and has educated a steady stream of students since. Now the Evolution Enrichment Center is taking up residence one level down.

The Evolution Enrichment Center occupies 15,000 square-feet of real estate, and now offers neighborhood children an array of educational programs to children ages 2-14 for a reasonable cost.

Our program is designed to provide a vast array of enrichment classes for the minds, bodies, and hearts of children of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers. By offering classes For the Mind, For the Body, and For the Soul, the EEC takes an all-inclusive approach in teaching children the skills they need to lay the foundation for a bright future. We believe in teaching complex concepts with fun, humor, and love. Some of these unique offerings include Lego Robotics /Engineering, Classical Ballet, a Fusion Yoga /Acting class, and Krav Maga, self-defense based on simple self-protection techniques.

In the end, 38 Delancey never did attract a big-box retailer for any of its commercial spaces. This is the Lower East Side, though, so never say never…

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