A story in The Roanoke Times this a.m. says that because of building deficiencies, the Downtown Learning Center plans to move to the Jefferson Center, though the announcement precedes the agreement, according to Jefferson Center officials.
Two different Jefferson Center officials said today that nothing has been signed. In a note to tenants (Valley Business FRONT is a tenant), revealed that "as is often the case with The Roanoke Times, the media dediced to run this story today before the lease is actually signed. We have not agreed on a rent rate, though I'm assuming what we proposed will now be accepted, since their parents, as well as their current landlord are expecting a move."
The DLC, which has been in the former Ewald Clark building on Second Street has been temporarily housed at Greene Memorial Church next door recently because of pipe problems at the DLC building.