COhatch, a coworking space, has opened its first Indiana location. A shared work, family and social space, it is at Hamilton Town Center at 13110 Harrell Pkwy.
The Columbus-based startup revitalized 7,200 square feet of office, coworking and event
space with amenities that include a two-story mezzanine, podcasting room and indoor/outdoor patio area.
“When we do our site selection, we try to find a tight-knit community. We are trying to lay out a network of (COhatch sites) all over Columbus or Indianapolis, and we want to be able to link them all together to add the most value to our members,” CEO Matt Davis said. “Noblesville had a great community and school district.”
The Hamilton Town Center COhatch offers a combination of 22 private offices, coworking spaces, meeting rooms, large conference rooms and other features. It also includes a standard set of business amenities, such as Wi-Fi, desk, fax/mail services, and meeting and event space.
Davis said COhatch worked with Simon Property Group to secure the space.
“Simon Property Group had a space they were unable to build out, so we partnered with them to do the space out there,” Davis said. “It’s a great location with a great lifestyle.”
COhatch plans to renovate and restore Trinity Church in Broad Ripple at 6151 Central Ave. to open by early 2021.
“We pride ourselves in not just being a coworking space,” Davis said. “It’s a coworking space plus a chamber of commerce, plus a timeshare and country club merged into one.”
The lowest membership price is $59 a month, which provides 10 hours a month. All members can use the space for free on nights and weekends.
For more, visit cohatch.com.