The Downtown Sheridan Association (DSA) is conducting a feasibility study for an entrepreneurial center in Sheridan’s historic downtown. An entrepreneurial center is a start-up business center with office, retail or other complementary spaces for rent to new or expanding businesses. This study will help identify specific ways to strengthen the Sheridan downtown area as a hub of economic activity, and the entrepreneurial center itself will provide a mixture of uses that will help diversify the downtown.
“We have retained Community Builders, Inc., a Wyoming consulting firm, to prepare this study,” said DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe. “CBI will work with our project Steering Committee to evaluate the need for new commercial enterprises in Downtown Sheridan and explore the desired mix of uses in such a facility. We’ll be identifying downtown buildings suitable for redevelopment, and looking at the feasibility of creating an entrepreneurial center at one of these sites.”
According to CBI Consultant Joe Coyne, “Downtown Sheridan has already completed a lot of background work leading up to this next step. Renovating and preserving a historic downtown building to target new growth is an excellent way to build on the good things already happening.”
Anyone interested in the this project is asked to contact DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe at 307-672-8881 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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