HELENA — The iconic downtown Power Block building is under new ownership.
Workmosis Power LLC, a subsidiary of local long-time Helena nonprofit, Student Assistance Foundation, has purchased the building and will relocate operations for business partners Workmosis and Reach Higher Montana in 2021.
The location of the Power Block, at the head of the historic walking mall, naturally lends itself to become a hub for business activity and innovative services.
Workmosis provides business process outsourcing to assist organizations and associations with individualized business solutions ranging from human resources and payroll, to technology and data needs.
Reach Higher Montana works statewide to help students strategically pursue educational opportunities, through programs comprising community grants, support for dual enrollment, student services and outreach, youth apprenticeships, and support for educational networks and collaboration.
Scott Todorovich, CEO, is committed to honoring the buildings historical significance while bringing new life and modern amenities to the unique block of downtown Helena.
“In addition to working with the building’s existing tenants, we plan to provide quality space for businesses seeking remote work environments,” said Todorovich. “While remote work will remain integral to the business community, so too will technologically capable and secure office space for welcoming guests and clients.“
The organization plans some aesthetic changes and technology improvements before Workmosis and Reach Higher Montana relocate to the space in mid-2021.
In addition, meeting areas, retail space and kiosk options are planned for future enhancements to the building. The Power Block will continue to provide retail space and office space to businesses, nonprofits, and government entities.