The Cleveland Heights Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will move to the Lee Road branch of the Heights Library.
The move will give entrepreneurs easy access to the technology and resources the library provides, said spokesperson Sheryl Banks, including the upcoming Heights Knowledge and Innovation Center (HKIC).
The SBDC and HKIC will open in the second floor of the Arts Center, where Dobama Theatre is located.
HKIC will be a computer lab with iPad rental, study rooms, software for music, movies and graphic design, a resource room with business and technology books and magazines and more.
Banks called the SBDC, run by Cleveland State University and the City of Cleveland Heights, and library's partnership ideal: "Entrepreneurs and small business owners and home businesses will have resources at their fingertips," she said.
This will be the SBDC's second move in as many years: in March 2011, the center, founded in Beachwood in 2010, moved from its first home in Beachwood to Cleveland Heights City Hall after Beachwood officials decided to take a different direction in its economic development initiatives.
Both the SBDC and the HKIC will open June 2, said Banks, though not all resources may be immediately available.