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New Businesses Coming to Fort Monroe

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.

www.altinc.org


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.

www.liberty-source.com

COVID-19 UPDATE

The Fort Monroe Authority is committed to responding quickly to developments regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).  Existing closures to the public of the FMA Main Office, Casemate Museum, the Fort Monroe Visitor and Education Center, and the Leasing Office have been extended through April 23, 2020.  All public tours, events, and programs are cancelled.  Persons interested in leasing a home at Fort Monroe may call 757 723-4238  during this time.  Group reservations for future tours of the Casemate Museum  may call 757  788-3391.  We encourage everyone to follow the precautions outlined by the Centers for Disease Control or you may also visit the Virginia Department of Health for updated information about COVID-19 (coronavirus).  In general, protect yourself and others by washing your hands repeatedly, use hand sanitizer, cough and sneeze into your elbow, avoid touching your face, and stay home if you feel ill or are identified by the CDC as being someone at higher risk.