Sugar Hill, GA, April 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Is your local home-based business looking for a new home? If so, your small business is invited to come grow with the City of Sugar Hill at the “Suite Spot.”
The Sugar Hill City Council on Monday, April 14th approved an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Sugar Hill Downtown Development Authority to lease the old city hall to the DDA for a nominal fee. This action allows the DDA the opportunity market the building and sublease space to home-based businesses. The sublease agreements are incredibly reasonable, given the market in Sugar Hill, and the need for co-working space in our community.
“We think this will be an excellent use of city property,” noted Mayor Steve Edwards, who said the facility will be named “The Suite Spot @ Sugar Hill.”
“Eighty percent of businesses in Sugar Hill are home-based businesses,” council member Brandon Hembree said after the meeting. “And they really need intermediate space for development. In fact, our first tenant will be Grasp Learning, a tutoring company that had been operating out of home in Sugar Hill. We are excited about their growth and think the Suite Spot @ Sugar Hill will fulfill the growth needs of other businesses in Sugar Hill in the future.”
For more information on the Suite Spot @ Sugar Hill contact:
Communications, Events, & Downtown Manager, Scott Andrews at
770-945-6716, ex.t 1304 or email@example.com