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The Former Alpha 1: 214 West 113th Street, the original building, described in History. Alpha 1 was the original day care building, which housed the day care on the first floor and Pearl Willis' residence on the second floor. The Alpha 1 building has been torn down in preparation for the new building.
Alpha 2: 210 West 113th Street was built on the lot next to the original building in 1998. It was built with the help of volunteers and donors. It is a 3,600 square foot, 2-story, 3 level building which is now where the day care is being run completely.
BUILDING FOR HOPE
Roseland, its staff, and volunteers, have a vision of, and plans for, building from the ground up, a new brick building at 214-218 West 113th Street. As a result of donations, we have been able to purchase the abandoned building next door to one of our existing buildings. Both this building and Alpha One have been torn down to build a new building in their place, across two lots. The new larger building will provide a day care center and preschool for 87 children (pictured below).
We are calling this building campaign, building for hope because we really believe it will be much more than a building. It will bring hope into the live of young moms, their children and to the whole Roseland community. In order to accomplish this we need many people to join in this vision. We are seeking the support of volunteers and donors to provide time and talent, in-kind donations, and financial donations. We thank you for your help!
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