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The incubator which, as the name suggests, aims to host and support diverse entrepreneurs, will officially open to the public with a “Week of Welcome” starting April 17. The week will feature a total of 30 events in the space — everything from coding classes to meetups and even a class on fitness for entrepreneurs. Most events are free and will give the D.C. startup (or would-be startup) community a chance to get a feel for the place.
The space was designed by D.C.-based architecture firm Wingate Hughes and, as Technical.ly discovered at a recent preview gathering, it has come a long way from the days of hardhats and shovels. The task that remains, though, is truly giving the incubator life — and that depends on all of us.
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