Atascadero’s long-vacant Creekside Building is getting a new tenant: the Chamber of Commerce and its new co-working space. The 31,000-square-foot building — located on El Camino Real in the Colony Square area — was originally home to a bowling alley, Creekside Lanes, which closed in 2004. It was used as City Hall for the 10 years after the San Simeon Earthquake.
Atascadero’s long-vacant Creekside Building is getting a new tenant: the Chamber of Commerce and its new co-working space. The 31,000-square-foot building — located on El Camino Real in the Colony Square area — was originally home to a bowling alley, Creekside Lanes, which closed in 2004. It was used as City Hall for the 10 years after the San Simeon Earthquake. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
Atascadero’s long-vacant Creekside Building is getting a new tenant: the Chamber of Commerce and its new co-working space. The 31,000-square-foot building — located on El Camino Real in the Colony Square area — was originally home to a bowling alley, Creekside Lanes, which closed in 2004. It was used as City Hall for the 10 years after the San Simeon Earthquake. Laura Dickinson The Tribune