Destination Imagination Inc. aims to prepare children for the future, offering open-ended STEAM challenges for students ranging from pre-K to university-level “designed to teach the creative process.”
On April 29, Vantage Commercial announced it applied its own creative process to find a new home for the nonprofit at the Blackwood Medical Center, with Director of Healthcare Services Emily Stein working closely with Dr. Syd Tyson, the owner of the complex, and Kevin McDonough of Destination Imagination.
The lease is for 880 square feet of space at 141-153 S. Black Horse Pike — centrally located in Blackwood and offering access from Route 55, the Atlantic City Expressway and the New Jersey Turnpike.
“Destination Imagination is well-positioned for success and growth at the Blackwood Medical Complex,” Stein said in a statement. “This company provides an incredible service to our community’s children and educators, made even more necessary throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a pleasure working with Kevin to source this space for this incredible company.”
In March, Stein helped another regional business find a new location, representing CHB Group in a long-term lease at the Marrone Law Building in Cherry Hill.
Destination Imagination provides educational experiences across seven project-based challenge types: technical, scientific, engineering, fine arts, improvisational, service learning and early learning.