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Shari Misher Stenzler, 36, & Andy Stenzler, 38
Kidville, NY
New York City
Projected 2006 Sales: More than $10 million
Description: Upscale educational and play facility for children age 5 and under and their families

Child's Play: What started as just a dream for husband-and-wife team Andy Stenzler and Shari Misher Stenzler has since become a dream come true for Manhattan parents of children age 5 and under. Kidville, NY, their $3 million, 20,000-square-foot, four-story-high family facility, opened in January 2005 and is home to developmental classes such as "Run, Wiggle, Paint & Giggle," music classes such as "Little Maestros" and enrichment classes such as "Baby Sign Language" for parents and caregivers. Kidville also features an indoor playground, a beauty salon, a retail boutique and a 50-seat cafe, making it the complete socialization center for kids and parents that the Stenzlers so gallantly envisioned during startup.

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