"It's been a worker rehabilitation center and a mega church with its own conference center. More recently, it’s been a magnet for tweakers, vandals, squatters and thieves. What’s next for the abandoned Living Enrichment Center campus? No one knows for sure — except perhaps the new owners.
"The Living Enrichment Center originally was built in the 1970s as the Callahan Center, a state-run facility that rehabilitated injured workers. It is part of the Villebois Master Plan area, but it is the least fleshed out part of the plan. The plan was written when LEC was still there, and it didn’t call for any redevelopment of the site."Presently, the LEC site has a 93,000 square foot main building with a swimming pool, plus 20 cabins that have proven attractive to squatters. The facility has a kitchen that can serve more than 500 people per day. But the buildings are said to be in need of repair, and expensive to maintain. It’s very possible the buildings will be demolished as part of a redevelopment effort."
It is awesome.