With the news of the sale of the Boys and Girls Club at 1950 Page Street to the Chinese Dance School, the start of construction for the French American School at 1155 Page, and the Urban School's plans for its new gym and classrooms on Oak street now at the Planning Department, we thought it might be time to revisit the major changes being proposed for Page Street, from Stanyan to Broderick.
In January the Boys and Girls Club announced the sale of the facility to the Chinese Dance School. The Boys and Girls Club will stay in the facility until “ at least October, 2014” according to Ms Maxine Wilson, BGC Vice President of Operations. What changes we can expect will be outlined by Ms. Sherry Zhan of the Chinese Dance School.
Mr. Aaron Levin is CFO and Director of Operations of French American International School and will lay out the plans and time lines for the completion of the project which calls for building nine classrooms for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classes. Some 180 children, plus staff will be accommodate at the site. Of special interest to the neighbors is the drop off and pick up plans for the kindergarten classes planned for the site.
Mark Salkind, Head of the Urban School, will outline the status of the proposed building of a 26,000 square foot combined classroom and athletic building in the parking lot behind St. Agnes Church and a 31,000 square foot below- grade parking structure for between 70 and 90 cars on the site below the existing St. Agnes parking lot.
Please bring a friend and plan to join us Thursday, April 10th at 7PM in the meeting room at Park Branch Library, 1833 Page Street.