Indian Center fights to stay open

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Lincoln's Indian Center is fighting to keep its doors open.

Now, it's trying to raise money by offering rental office space.

As of last fall it was over $130,000 in debt.

Now after losing several of its programs, it has a lot of open space and its looking to rent it out to small business owners.

The Indian Center says it has 8 office spaces and suites that are move in ready and says filling the space is crucial.

"If we get all of these suites rented out to companies I think that will get us to a point where we can fully open our doors again,” said Georgiana Ausan.

The Indian Center says the spaces range from $325-350 a month.