Rendering by: KG+D Architects
The Ossining Children’s Center, currently located on South Highland Avenue, will be moving to a property on State Street; the new and improved facility will better suit the increasing demands of families in the Ossining area with young children. The nonprofit Center boasts its strong reputation as a “foundation for children’s life-long learning, achievement and well-being,” providing the community with “high quality educational child care” and serving as a “resource and advocate” for parents and children in Ossining.
When the previous owner of the site announced plans to move to a new location, a private benefactor bought the property and bequeathed it to the Children’s Center. The new three-story building will include nine classrooms, five toddler and infant rooms, four outdoor play areas, administrative offices, a multi-purpose room, conference room and a kitchen.