Array School of Technology and Design has a new home

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CHEYENNE, Wyo - The Array School of Technology and Design announced that they will occupy the entire 4th floor of the former Grier Furniture building on the corner of Lincolnway and Central Avenue this summer and will help shape this historic downtown icon.

“We are absolutely thrilled to call this amazing building our new home. This is a dream come true to have the opportunity to design a creative space that we hope will become a lightning rod for creativity, innovation, and become a ground zero location for technology in Wyoming. We found our new ‘Hogwarts’ in downtown Cheyenne.”

—Eric Trowbridge, CEO of Array, Inc.

Array says that this is the first step towards realizing the vision of a vibrant and walkable computer science and art school campus in downtown over the coming years. Array opened in 2016 and has since been operating at The Second Floor co-working spaces in the Paramount building.

A free public event is scheduled to be held on the evening of Tuesday, February 19th at 5:30pm at their new location. Attendees will learn about the future plans for the building and Array.