Project: Lively Pointe Youth Center
Client: City of Irving
Architect: Jerry Q. Jeffery Architect
The 23,000 square foot facility was formerly a senior center that was converted to a youth recreation center.
The project consisted of a 9,000 square foot addition and a 14,000 square foot interior renovation of the entire existing space. The impressive results of this project includes the addition of a new lobby entrance, gymnasium, classrooms, computer lab, theater room, game room, cantina, lounge area, fitness center and two multi-purpose activity rooms. The facility will be available for youth and teen activities after school and on weekends. During the day it will house the Adult Therapeutic Program.
This facility, customized for teenagers, will also host general sports and fitness programs in addition to courses in life skills, in dealing effectively with peer pressure and in handling finances.