Interface School moving to first floor of Wareham Building

Interface School, the web development and design school started by Dundee Venture Capital, is moving from Scott Technology Center in Aksarben to the Wareham Building in North Downtown.

Interface will be on the first floor, joining Straight Shot. The accelerator moved earlier this summer to the second floor.

Interface School, the web development and design school started by Dundee Venture Capital, is moving from Scott Technology Center in Aksarben to the Wareham Building in North Downtown.

Interface will be on the first floor, joining Straight Shot. The accelerator moved earlier this summer to the second floor.

The Wareham, 1624 Mike Fahey St., houses some Creighton University functions but is increasingly becoming a hotspot for startup-related activities like accelerators and now a Web school. 

“Our new location gives our students fantastic views of TD Ameritrade Park, First National Tower and much of the Omaha skyline,” an email sent out Wednesday said. 

Interface is wrapping up enrollment this week for its summer session, which begins in its Omaha and Lincoln locations next week.