SAN LUIS, Ariz. – Wednesday evening the city of San Luis held a ceremony to unveil their new business incubator building. The groundwork for the project began in 2003, it received financing in 2011 and is now completed. It is 20,000 square feet and can hold several businesses. It is geared towards electrical companies and other types of industrial companies. The project cost 2.1 million dollars and was funded by the Economic Development Administration.
The city of San Luis says that the new facility will bring in several jobs to the community and greatly help the hurting economy. They say that the project, if it is as successful as they anticipate, will become a model for other cities in the Desert Southwest.
The city says the rent at the facility will be very affordable for companies. If you are interested in bringing your company to San Luis at the new incubator building contact the cities Community Development Department.