New building going up at business center |

New building going up at business center

Marketing has begun for business suites at the Nevada City Tech Center three weeks before crews are scheduled to begin moving dirt for the second building.

Last week, the company 2Wire moved into the business park’s first building located on Providence Mine Road.

The 10,500-square-foot single-level Liberty Hill Executive Condominiums are expected to be complete by the end of the year.

The office spaces range in size from 1,000 to 5,000 square feet and are designed for smaller, local entrepreneurs who want to own rather than rent.

“Sites for a small company to buy and build are few and far between,” said Lock Richards, managing broker of Sperry Van Ness – Highland Commercial. “Skyrocketing building costs and seemingly unending planning requirements add to the difficulty of building your own office.”

Liberty Hill is the second of 10 buildings planned for the Tech Center, which sits on forested property once owned by the Grass Valley Group. The business park offers high-tech amenities including WiFi coverage, fiber optic network equipment and an on-site cell tower.


To contact Staff Writer Laura Brown, e-mail laurab@theunion .com or call 477-4231.

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