These pictures show the big room and small room getting the dance flooring - Dura Dance rolled out and then the final product. Then, there's Miss Lauren, enjoying the new cushioned floor! Last up, photos of the multi-purpose room.
Two and a half tons to be exact! Big shout out to the great guys at Lumber Liquidators in Hillsborough. Our flooring doesn't just look great: the dance floor is cushioned for safety and all the other flooring is made from recycled materials to help us go green!
Renovating our new space is taking a lot of work! We've removed old furniture, appliances and carpeting, cleaned and painted, and laid new floor throughout the entire building. There's a lot of sweat equity in this new place.
Our new school is part of Historic Middlebush Village. Railroad Avenue was the site of the the Middlebush stop of the Millstone and New Brunswick Railroad which operated from 1854- 1930. The tracks at South Middlebush Road were removed in 1948.
Fun fact, back in the late 60s and early 70s, our building was the Franklin Township Municipal building until the new building on DeMott opened.
We're very excited to share our progress toward our new school! First off, let's start with Location, Location, Location.
After five years on Amwell Road, we knew it was important to stay close by and continue to build on the relationships we've been forming with our community. We were delighted to find our new location within the Historic Middlebush Village, just 0.7 miles away!
Want to avoid South Middlebush Road? Just take Amwell to Olcott Street, Olcott becomes Railroad Avenue.
Modern Motion Dance School