March 14, 2013

Heard on the Street: Mayo Clinic’s Business Accelerator tenants rolling along

By Logan Lafferty

At the start of this month, the new Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator was launched in downtown Rochester as a publicly-subsidized, low-cost space to nurture early start-up companies to help them grow into local job-generating firms. Right now, the nine tenants with signed leases are paying a total of $3,000 a month, or $1.20 per square foot, for space in the 2,500-square-foot cluster of offices.


Post Bulletin by Jeff Kiger

Tags: Community, local jobs, Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Post Bulletin, public subsidy, start-up companies

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