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Current Business Service Requests 

SALA Exterior Redesign

Los Alamos MainStreet, in partnership with New Mexico MainStreet, is gathering data for a market analysis of commercial lease rates in Los Alamos County. While the report will once again include average and median lease rates, a spatial overview of commercial spaces, lease agreements, and ownership rates in the MainStreet district and elsewhere in Los Alamos County. It will also expand on the 2022 iteration with the goal of gathering more information on challenges specific to Los Alamos County small businesses. This information will help determine the programming and resources MainStreet will bring to our community in 2024.

The survey launched on October 23, 2023, and will run through November 20, 2023.

Los Alamos Little Performing Arts Center Redesign

Los Alamos MainStreet engaged with New Mexico MainStreet in late summer 2021 to start a process to analyze the current small business ecosystem with regard to vacancies and lease rates. During this time, small businesses were struggling with staffing and the continued challenges of the pandemic, including supply chain issues and rising costs, and there were an increasing number of building vacancies. Some businesses closed to expand elsewhere, and some owners retired.

Creative District Master Plan Update

Los Alamos MainStreet engaged with New Mexico MainStreet in late summer 2021 to start a process to analyze the current small business ecosystem with regard to vacancies and lease rates. During this time, small businesses were struggling with staffing and the continued challenges of the pandemic, including supply chain issues and rising costs, and there were an increasing number of building vacancies. Some businesses closed to expand elsewhere, and some owners retired.

Bradbury Exterior/Coffee Shop Design

Los Alamos MainStreet engaged with New Mexico MainStreet in late summer 2021 to start a process to analyze the current small business ecosystem with regard to vacancies and lease rates. During this time, small businesses were struggling with staffing and the continued challenges of the pandemic, including supply chain issues and rising costs, and there were an increasing number of building vacancies. Some businesses closed to expand elsewhere, and some owners retired.

 

 

For Questions: 

Jacquelyn Connolly, Los Alamos MainStreet Director, at 505-661-4844 or jacquelyn@losalamos.org.

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