CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Officials in Clarksville will Thursday cut the ribbon on a $22 million mixed-use development. Known as Bolt + Tie, the development in the Water Tower Square business park includes residential space, as well as a coworking space from Indianapolis-based Elevate Office.
Work on the building began just over a year ago. Officials said at the time the project would create the first live-work-play community in southern Indiana.
The coworking space, known as Elevate Office at Bolt + Tie, opened in late March. The space includes office and salon suites, micro-retail spaces, and various entrepreneurial amenities, such as conference rooms and a pitch presentation area.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will include remarks from Bolt + Tie owner Cory Hoehn, Elevate Office Chief Executive Officer Scott Baldwin and Clarksville Town Council President Ryan Ramsey.