We, Jessica Saucedo, Rocky Carpenter, and Saul Saucedo, have a vision for Bemidji. We know our city is progressive in the ability to foster
innovation and investment with a simple and open approach that allows for growth and change. Similar in mission to the Rail River Folk School, we created a separate parent company, Local 303 Co., to manage the Warehouse. We opened it up to other entrepreneurs and local professionals who support partnership and sustainability.
Managed by Local 303 Co., the Warehouse provides a centralized space for the local producer/organizer to develop, plan, create, and promote their durable goods and services through both the non-profit and for-profit sectors.
Located on Lake Irvine, drive in through the private gate to reach your boat slip. Shaded parking, picnic area, and a large level space are available for special events, reception tents, and lawn games. Visit Bemidjimarina.com
Home to Shifting Gears and our Contractor Services expert, Rocky Carpenter, the garages are a separate building with concrete flooring, high ceilings, and plenty of room for a niche trade or craft.