COhatch is an innovative co-working concept that aims to become the new Town Hall for America. Opposite the big box model for co-working, COhatch builds a dozen or so small units in each community to restore historic properties (fire stations, libraries, churches), offer a mix of work and recreational space, and create intentional strategies to uplift the faith-based nonprofit community in the world.
Commonwealth's key value proposition is increasing high quality deal flow for our investors.
Read below to learn more about our leading opportunities in Indiana.
COhatch Indiana Locations
Take a look inside COhatch Noblesville and see what's coming to COhatch Broad Ripple in 2021! More locations will be updated as they are announced.
Hamilton Town Center | Noblesville
Westfield Blvd & Central Ave | Broad Ripple
Full Circle Development
There is a lack of single-family, median-priced housing in urban Indianapolis. Likewise, the majority of downtown Indianapolis neighborhoods are not enjoying the current housing growth. Full Circle Development wants to fix that. Full Circle Development is a real estate investment fund creating real social impact in Indianapolis. Their mission is to invest in disinvested neighborhoods with market-rate homes to help more neighbors call Indy home.
North End Development
Located on the Monon Trail near downtown Carmel, the North End project is a 28-acre mixed residential community that features an on-site urban farm, a farm-to-table restaurant in a renovated historic home that receives produce from the farm, and a multitude of community gathering spaces that promote resident connection.
The POLK Stables, a three story, 21,000 square foot industrial building circa 1888, represents a transformative redevelopment opportunity in one of downtown Indianapolis’ most dynamic and diverse neighborhoods. Once the mule stables for the POLK Sanitary Milk Company complex, the building is now in serious despair. The POLK Group’s vision is to bring the building back to life through a cross-pollination of arts and industry anchored by a sense of place. The Polk building is located in Indianapolis at 16th Street & the Monon Trail, which is the first Lift Indy neighborhood as well as an Opportunity Zone and Federal Promise Zone.