Child care center coming to 90 Park Avenue

TRD New York /
Dec.December 08, 2010 01:34 PM

CCLC, a national child care provider, announced plans to build its first-ever child care center in New York City at 90 Park Avenue, between East 39th and 40th streets. CCLC @ 90 Park Child Care Center is slated to open in spring 2011, and can accommodate up to 68 children between six weeks to five years old. In addition to backup child care, approximately half of the spaces will be available for regular, full-time enrollment by local families. CCLC is also considering additional backup care center locations downtown and near Columbus Circle. “In meeting with New York City businesses, we’ve already seen a tremendous interest in backup care services, and CCLC is thrilled to bring this much-needed service to employers and hard working parents,” said Fran Durekas, founder of CCLC. “Our goal is to give parents the flexibility and peace of mind to make last-minute child care decisions by providing businesses with a trusted and safe environment that they can offer to employees.” TRD


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