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COHatch will open a third location in the Indianapolis area

Screenwriter / Megan Arszman
Photographer / Jon Ellegood

A new kind of life blows onto Main Street with the opening of COHatchs third location in the Indianapolis area. Founded in Columbus, Ohio, COHatch is an integrated space that allows small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits to find their own space in a professional location, while providing a place for the community to gather.

The goal is to create spaces where people can work, meet and live,” says Olivia Ortmann, Zionsville COHatch Community Manager. We want this place to be comfortable so people can do their daily work for their business, while feeling more like their own space. »

The premise behind COHatch is to offer private offices, large coworking spaces and a unique look to each location. Every place is different, with Zionsvilles location serving as the home of North High Brewings premier location in the Indianapolis area. North High Brewing is a Columbus, Ohio-based brewery that has partnered with COHatch at other Ohio locations. The Zionsville location will offer a large patio, serve lunch and dinner, and be open on weekends later this spring.

ThisIt will be a family-friendly, affordable location on Main Street, which will add a lot of life to the corner,” says Ortmann.

The Zionsville COHatch is based in the former Nancy Noel building at 75 North Main Street, with 10,000 square feet of space. The design team worked to complement the beloved architecture with stained glass while adding fresh, modern touches. Our design team does a great job of keeping the local feel to something, while bringing in a new and fresh design,” says Ortmann.

The building will feature 26 private offices available for memberships, three different meeting rooms that can accommodate approximately six people each, as well as a larger coworking space on the lower level that can accommodate approximately 40-50 people. The larger space can be reserved after hours by members as well as non-members.

The community is invited to organize events in the establishment, even without a monthly subscription. For example, if a group needs meeting space once a month, the meeting rooms or coworking space can be booked at an hourly rate. As a membership benefit, members receive three hours of facility rental per month, allowing for family reunions and celebrations.

Were parents, family and friends, and weare active in our community, so we want to see this space as a collective sharing of resources,” says Ortmann. WeI really hope to strengthen the community while improving peoples lives, and equip them to be bigger.

A grand opening of the Zionsville COHatch and North High Brewing will take place later this spring. To learn more or to view a virtual tour of the Zionsville location, visit or email Ortmann at

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