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The Greenhouse

New coworking space opens doors in Greenwood Writer / Cathy Wendorff Photographer / Brian Brosmer Pioneering Greenwood’s new cooperative work space is Laura Kennedy, the Executive Director of Greenhouse JoCo Coworking, a non-profit organization that will encourage entrepreneurship through a new format. After months of planning, considering other successful models, like Launch Fishers and collaborating with Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers, Brent Tilson, Christian Maslowski, President of the Greater Greenwood Chamber, Greenhouse is growing into a temporary and donated home inside the Tilson HR Building. Just imagine — you are working from home taking an important business call, when the ...

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Greenwood Plans to Redevelop Local Eyesore

Property adjacent to Greenwood Park Mall could become new park, gateway opportunity The Greenwood Redevelopment Commission (RDC) yesterday took the first step toward purchasing a former strip mall located adjacent to Greenwood Park Mall at 1265 N. Madison Ave. Formerly home to The Patriot’s Grill restaurant, the property has no current tenants and an assessed value nearly cut in half since 2012. Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers says the property has been on the city’s radar for quite some time as an opportunity for significant transformation. “This is a very important piece of land for Greenwood,” said Myers. “The property ...

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Aspire Johnson County

Continuing to Communicate the Strengths of Johnson County Writer  /  Julie Yates Photographer  /  Forrest Mellott Launched in 2013 as a program of Johnson County Development Corporation, Aspire Johnson County’s promotion of the county and its communities has yielded tangible results. It is staffed by interested volunteers who have a sincere love for the area along with the dedicated leadership team of Co-chairmen Larry Haydon and Brent Tilson, Cheryl Morphew, Dana Monson and Gail Richards. The program’s work is never finished and continues to broaden and evolve. What began as an initiative to make Johnson County a great place to ...

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