Regency Welcomes Code Ninjas to South Florida's Pine Ridge Square

Regency Centers recently welcomed its fourth Code Ninjas location. Code Ninjas is a learning center that teaches children ages 7-14 to code by building their own video games. Following in the footsteps of Cochran Commons in Texas, Countryside Shops in South Florida and California's Oakbrook Plaza, the Pine Ridge Square development, the new childhood education revolution joins 117,744 SF Pine Ridge Square in sunny Coral Springs, FL.

classroom full of kids wearing ninja headbands while using laptops. An organization that's rapidly expanding nationwide through franchising, Code Ninjas provides a fun and non-intimidating environment where kids at all levels can learn at their own pace, with help from knowledgeable instructors and their fellow students. The centers offer a variety of programs including after-school sessions, day camps, workshops, and weekend events.

Liliam Delgado-Marquez headshotCode Ninjas believes that there's never been a more exciting time to advance our culture - starting with our youngest ones. Every kid deserves the chance to unlock their innate, unlimited capacity to learn. Kids love technology, games, and having fun with friends,” said Lliliam Delgado-Marquez, Regency Centers Leasing Agent. “Parents want to give their kids the best and brightest future possible. Everyone wins at Code Ninjas. Kids learn to code through our engaging game-based curriculum that teaches teamwork, logic, math, and problem solving. They gain vital skills while having a blast.

inside of Code Ninjas classroomConveniently located adjacent to a host of Pine Ridge Square retailers including Marshalls, and with popular nearby foot traffic-generating retailers like Ulta, Bed Bath & Beyond and The Fresh Market, the 2,000 SF space housing Code Ninjas will add an enriching, intellectually environment place for children to learn and grow in an already booming retail haven for adults and children alike.

Learn more about Code Ninjas here.

Photo credit: Mike Mogerman