‘Hub’ concept planned for First on Second property

July 18, 2016 at 9:33 am Leave a comment

firstBourgon Construction is conducting a feasibility study to explore whether a business and community hub on the corner of Pitt and Second Streets can meet the needs of select businesses and organizations in the area.

Community hubs play a critical role in building economic and social cohesion in communities, as highlighted in the “Community Hubs in Ontario: A Strategic Framework & Action Plan” report recently released by the Ontario government.

A hub can anchor organizations together and its model is most attractive for small start-ups, professionals, charities, not-for-profit organizations and other community and service groups who have specific space needs but need to carefully manage costs.

Read ‘Hub’ concept planned for First on Second property in the Cornwall Seaway News.


Entry filed under: Business, Community, Resilience.

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