Investment group finds new home in Omaha

OMAHA, Neb. —Linseed Capital, a firm that specializes in angel investment, has purchased a 10,000-square-foot building at 719 S. 75th St. in Omaha.

The company, founded by James and Karen Linder, seeks profitable investment options for its clients. The office space will be used for its portfolio companies. It will allow for things like light manufacturing, office space, a conference room, break room and a loft space.

The couple also started Tethon 3D, a startup that specializes in 3D printing. It will be a tenant in the building.

Source: Omaha World-Herald

 

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