At this time last year, co-working came to downtown Delaware in a big way.

In February, 2019, COhatch opened “The Newsstand” at 18 East William Street. Housed in the 9,400 square foot former Delaware Gazette Building, the facility houses more than 20 private offices, a dozen dedicated desks, seven meeting spaces, and over 50 places to c0-work.

COhatch is a new type of shared work, social, and family space built on community, in that if offers its members a set of services, activities, and amenities in addition to work and conference space.

At the time, Matt Davis, founder of COhatch, said, “Our Delaware property has turned out amazing,” said Matt Davis, founder of COhatch. “Our goal was to retain the charm and architectural beauty of the original building and to update it for the next 50 years and I think we’ve done that and so much more. The local community now has a centerpiece to attract new business, grow local small businesses and live life in the center of town. We are seeing strong demand from unique firms, freelancers, attorneys, and real-estate agents that love the space and enjoy the flexibility it offers for meetings and work. ”

The chain has two other Delaware County locations at Polaris Fashion Place. COhatch continues its expansion, with new facilities under development in Dublin, Springfield, and in the Indianapolis area.

Source, Photo: COhatch

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