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The NEW Center is an 11,000 square foot building conveniently located between Downtown Ann Arbor, Highway 14, and Highway 23, with on-site parking. Opened in 1993 to offer affordable office space to nonprofits in Washtenaw County, the NEW Center now houses more than 20 nonprofit offices with an additional 12 affiliate organizations. NEW accepts applications for tenants when office space is available. Affiliate membership is rolling and open to registered nonprofits and organizations currently applying for nonprofit status.
To inquire about office space availability or apply for the affiliate program, contact the NEW Center’s Building Coordinator, Hillary Watson: email@example.com or (734) 998-0160 ext. 201.
Registered nonprofit organizations rent office space to suit their needs, from single workstations in a shared suite to full suites or multiple suites. Tenants have access to a copy room with high volume mail, fax, and copy machine; a break room with shared kitchen amenities; and three conference rooms for booking as needed.
Tenant Council Meetings:
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Tenants at NEW Center:
Affiliate membership is designed for nonprofits that need regularly meeting space and a physical presence but don’t require permanent office space. Affiliate membership is ideal for new nonprofits, nonprofits fully staffed by volunteers, or nonprofits with a mobile/traveling staff.
Affiliates membership includes:
- a mailbox in the building and physical mailing address at NEW;
- two free 4-hour conference room blocks per month;
- access to wifi, printing, and bulk discount postage machine (printing and postage charges apply);
- invitations to building-wide events to connect with other nonprofits at the NEW Center.
Affiliates at NEW Center:
SEND (Sustainable ENergy Delivery)
“It is so nice to have the NEW staff in the building. When your landlord shares your space it creates a unique relationship. I like having names and faces together and it’s nice to be able to walk down the hall to ask a question or report a problem. It also creates a community feeling that your in it with us. If there is a building problem your dealing with it each day too so we know our doing all you can to fix it ASAP.” – Heather Brescol – KingCare