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Business Observer Monday, Aug. 3, 2020 11 months ago

Nonprofit serving older adults announces new headquarters project

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The new home for the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida will be nearly 16,000 square feet.

FORT MYERS — The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida is getting a new headquarters.

The nonprofit’s new space, at 2830 Winkler Ave., will include a floor plan that enhances workflow and productivity, according to a statement. Fort Myers-based Seagate Development Group is the lead design and construction firm for the project, the release states.

The facility includes 15,876 square feet of small and large private offices, large meeting rooms and co-working spaces for cubicles.  The new facility is also planned to include updated flooring, cabinetry and countertops, acoustical ceiling enhancements, updated electrical and plumbing, updated bathroom fixtures and new parking lot additions to assist with handicap accessibility.

“We take pride in the value we can bring in the design build process,” says Matt Price, CEO and partner at Seagate Development Group, in the statement. “As we just completed our brand new headquarters facility in Fort Myers, we understand the importance of having the right space to work in. We look forward to being able to see our future, forward-thinking designs come into play as we partner with the Area Agency on Aging to design a place that helps them better serve those most vulnerable in our city.”

The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida serves adults 60 and up and adults with disabilities in Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hendry, Lee and Sarasota counties.

 

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