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251 Dekalb Celebrates Families Everyday with Kidville

 251 Dekalb Celebrates Families Everyday with Kidville

The newly-opened 251 Dekalb is the result of an extensive five-phase, multi-million-dollar redevelopment project that brings five residential buildings, housing 641 apartments and totaling more than 769,000 square feet, to King of Prussia. Beautifully re-imagined, the upscale gated community offers residents a one-of-a-kind living experience combining unique, unparalleled amenities and convenient life-simplification services paired with vibrant, ultra-modern designs and sweeping panoramic views of the Montgomery County.

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The design is inspired by Art Deco’s geometric shapes, eclectic motifs, imagery and materials, and its features and technological upgrades are unique to Montgomery County. 251 Dekalb’s amenities and services cater to both the traditional and modern palates of King of Prussia’s busy consumer. Resident’s enjoy Jazz Sunday’s at the region’s first complimentary La Colombe™ Coffee Bar and kids rule at their own play space, exclusively by KidVille™.

 

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The Cashman Girls were on hand to check the guests into the first annual FUNFEST: WHERE KIDS ARE KING

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a private art gallery with rotating exhibits exclusively-curated by KMR Arts™, and wellness program featuring Technogym™ equipment expertly powered by Sweat Fitness™ will appeal to today’s progressive, sophisticated dweller.

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The event included Elmwood Park Zoo’s, “Zoo on Wheels”

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At Funfest there was face painting

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and everyone received a balloon animal

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Kids at 251 DeKalb also enjoy their own play space, exclusively by KidVille

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251 DeKalb collaborates with Sweat Fitness on programing for KidVille

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During Fun Fest the kids enjoyed art class

 

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And Little Baby’s Ice Cream

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Linda Thao, Frugal Philly Mom and family stopped by