Construction could begin this summer on a project that is regarded as a vital piece of a master plan in Lake Havasu City.
What is being called a co-working center will be designed to provide space for small business startups to develop and grow.
The facility, to go up on a street lined with small businesses at 2121 McCulloch Boulevard, is being seen as the first of at least three catalyst projects coming out of the city’s sweeping Vision 2020 Revitalization Plan.
The other projects include modernizing and upgrading the city’s downtown district infrastructure, and the construction of an eco-environmental center along Arizona State Route 95.
As envisioned, the 11,000 square foot co-working structure, which is receiving partial funding from Lake Havasu City’s Partnership for Economic Development, will house collaborative space, workshops, and special events.
Additional amenities, at what is being called the Nomadic, will include studios, shared desk space, and both small and medium-sized offices.
The new building is expected to cost just over $2 million to build.
A prototype of the center called F106 is located at 1100 London Bridge Road and opened its doors in the spring of 2018.
By Garry Boulard
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