Breaking Ground for Innovation Hub
It has been years in the making and Monday afternoon, the University of Florida continued it's efforts to build an Innovation Hub to support and create start-up technology companies.
Workers broke ground on a 45,000 square foot facility on Southwest 2nd Avenue which is being built with an $8 million federal grant. UF is contributing $5 million for the building.
It will provide start-up companies office space, conference rooms and laboratories. The new center will be built on the grounds of the old Alachua General Hospital.
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