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305 Third Avenue West
Newark, NJ 07107-2386

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Early Childhood Preschool
This $2,000,000 project featured extensive site development, renovation of an existing building and new construction. LC HomeBuilder, LLC worked with El Taller Colaborativo (ETC) an outstanding architectural firm in Newark. The resulting state of the art pre-school combines bright, colorful classrooms with outstanding design. LCHB’s knowledge of the code requirements and outstanding subcontractor’s brought the project in on budget and on time. Competed in Fall of 2004

Jehovah Jireh Church
This project had a total budget of more than $2,000,000. Located in Newark, NJ, this church boasts of a beautiful exterior appearance with extensive glass work. Inside a visitor will find high ceilings and excellent craftsmanship. It is a fine example of LC Homebuilder’s capabilities working with customers to whom quality is of the utmost importance.

UVSO Preschool
The United Vailsburg Service Organization wanted to transform an abandoned parking lot on Smith Street in Newark into a pre-school building that would be a major asset to the neighborhood both for parents and property owners. LCHB worked through the winter to provide a September opening (2003) for this outstanding pre-school.

First Street School Playground
The playground for this school required the construction of a major retaining wall and large scale excavation work. What once was a vacant lot in Newark is now filled with the sounds of happy children. Finished Spring of 2005.

La Casa de Don Pedro
Main office and preschool center at 75 Park Avenue in Newark. Over the course of 4 years, LCHB remodeled the main offices and finance center of LCDP and rebuilt three new classrooms for preschool children. Again there are striking features to this building including a glass curtain wall on Mt. Prospect Ave. and a Board room on the third floor which retains the vaulted ceiling of the church that originally occupied this building.

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