Robert Boyle, co-founder of Grit City Grindhouse, a downtown Tacoma skate shop, credits Spaceworks for helping reduce the risk of opening the business. Building owners like his landlord who participate in the program don't charge rent for the first six months. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015.
Robert Boyle, co-founder of Grit City Grindhouse, a downtown Tacoma skate shop, credits Spaceworks for helping reduce the risk of opening the business. Building owners like his landlord who participate in the program don't charge rent for the first six months. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. Drew Perine Staff photographer
Robert Boyle, co-founder of Grit City Grindhouse, a downtown Tacoma skate shop, credits Spaceworks for helping reduce the risk of opening the business. Building owners like his landlord who participate in the program don't charge rent for the first six months. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. Drew Perine Staff photographer

Spaceworks partnership helps Tacoma artists meet financial challenges

September 10, 2015 05:44 PM

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