King Street Center Unveils New Building

by TruexCullins, May 15, 2013

Our neighbor King Street Center is growing and expanding their space. TruexCullins Architecture is proud to be a part of the effort. The King Street Center has been an essential hub in our neighborhood for more than 20 years, serving the young and their families with the process of learning and growing. Twenty years ago Roland Batten Architect helped create the original King Street Center and now Rolf Kielman (a former partner of Roland’s), a principal at TruexcCullins, is continuing that work with the re-design of the new and expanded Center.

King Street Center - New LobbyThe new King Street Center will be a 4.5 million dollar project and will significantly expand the space needs of the center. A new entry, a new two and half story west wing and a renovated gymnasium are features of the project. A roof top playground will address the small amount of play space that exists now on the King Street Center site. The building will address environmental needs and be a model for energy efficiency exemplified by the use of day lighting and high quality mechanical and lighting systems.

King Street Center - New Top Floor
Design is currently underway and construction is expected to start in early 2014 with completion in the late fall of 2014.  To make a donation please contact the King Street Center.

Many joined in to celebrate the unveiling of plans for the new King Street Center.


Executive Director of King Street Center
King Street Center Executive Director Vicki Smith
Clarence Davis - Chair of the Board of Directors at King Street Center
Chair of the Board of Directors Clarence Davis
Honorable Governor Kunin
The Honorable Madeleine Kunin
The Millers - King Street Center
Bob and Holly Miller


King Street Center
Stiller Foundation - King Street Center
Bob Stiller from The Stiller Foundation
Rolf Kielman -  King Street Center
Architect Rolf Kielman and Tom Clavelle


King Street Center
 King Street Center Lemonade Stand
View more photos on the King Street Center Facebook page.





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