Minnewaska Area Business Incubator

 Minnewaska Area Business Incubator

The Minnewaska Area Business Incubator is owned by the Klick Foundation and is comprised of a 4-acre tract of property next to the area that is being developed into the Industrial Park.

Within that area are three buildings: the former David Ask building and two buildings that were once owned by Schmidt Construction. These buildings have been refurbished and the current Minnewaska 

Area Incubator offers:
  • Incubator Office and Board Room;
  • Emergency Bay Area (4,000 square feet of industrial space);
  • Office space for Service start-up (9 offices total);
  • Manufacturing start-up (4,100 square feet of industrial/manufacturing space); and
  • Manufacturing start-up (2,000 square feet of industrial, with possible room for expansion).
The Minnewaska Area Incubator currently has two businesses located within it:
  • Glenwood Welding and Fabrication 
  • HealthCare Anytime - MN Remote Office
Additional space is available for software start-ups and manufacturing businesses. If an incubator project is approved, additional space may be utilized and built to accommodate the business(es).

The area also has additional offices for use by interns from the University of Minnesota School of Science and Engineering and/or the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.