Keystone Kidspace Receives $2 Million Grant

York County redevelopment projects receive $19.4 million cash infusion from the State of Pennsylvania.

Keystone Kidspace is pleased to receive a $2 million grant from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP).

According to the York County Economic Alliance, the selected projects have a regional or multi-jurisdictional impact and generate increases or maintain current levels of employment, tax revenues, or other measures of economic activity.

Keystone Kidspace will adapt and reuse the historic York Armory to develop an experiential learning center that will provide a wide variety of enrichment activities. This iconic building provides 16,878 sq. feet of flexible programming space in a beautiful building that was built in 1913 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The space will provide an ever-changing mix of Keystone Kidspace drop-in programming that highlights the intersection of science, technology, the arts and movement. In addition, other local non-profits and independent instructors are invited to host workshops and classes in our space on a rotating basis. This hybrid approach ensures there is something for everyone and there is always something new.

Other York County projects that received a portion of the $19.4 million boost from Governor Wolf include The Northwest Triangle, Codorus Creek Beautification Initiative, Magnesita Refractories, Yorktowne Hotel and Downtown Hanover. More information about the program and its recipients can be found at The York Daily Record.