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Creativity, Progress, and Sense of Community Thrives at Lowcountry Innovation Center

February 19, 2010

I was able to spend some quality time earlier this week visiting with the good people at the Lowcountry Innovation Center.  What a great concept and the first words that came to my mouth as I was toured thru the facility were “very cool.”  (I never claimed to be a skilled linguist) 😉

A historical building located in the Navy Yard at Noisette has been restored to a modern, sleek work environment for knowledge-based companies of all sizes.  This building was used as a Naval Hospital Supply Warehouse and was built in 1943.  New start-ups will feel right at home along side established organizations and the ability to interact with one another is seamless.  Impromptu conversations in the wide open hallways, current business topics debated over a snack and drink at the coffee bar build the “quality space” that seperates this space from others.

Brand new spaces, flexible arrangements, wide variety of conference/meeting rooms, latest technology in energy efficient mechanicals and an overall cutting edge truly portray a sense of community.  This is the type of place you would be proud to invite clients over to and would make waking up in the morning a little bit easier.  Spaces are available for your business right now.  Engineers, architects, life scientists, information technologists, software development, telecommunications and digital media experts are just some of the examples of the targeted audience.  Spaces range from ready to go “plug and play” one desk offices of around 800 sq ft to 8800 ft of space.  Everything in between is available and this new cutting edge work environment is sure to be a model for development for years to come.  We are proud the Lowcountry Innovation Center has decided to call this space home.

Check it out and explore some more on their website at:

http://lowcountryinnovationcenter.com/

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