Alternatives, Inc., which has signed a 10-year lease with the Fort Monroe Authority, occupies approximately 5,800 square feet in Building 263. The company’s programs and services are focused on increasing the creativity and civic leadership of young people. Goals include building youthful self-confidence, social competency, critical thinking and an appreciation of diversity in cultures and beliefs.
Liberty-Source PBC has taken approximately 6,000 square feet in Building 260 and an additional 3,000 square feet in Building 259. A new business services outsourcing model, Liberty- Source supports their clients’ evolving goals through transparent governance, flexible agreements and introduction of the latest innovations. The company acquires staff from the U.S. military community and, at full build-out, will have the potential of bringing 600 jobs to Fort Monroe.