TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Members of the Terre Haute business community will now have a new coworking space downtown.
The Station, formerly known as Launch Terre Haute, has moved into the building that used to house the Clabber Girl Bake Shop and Museum.
The new space now doubles its size and is intended to be a coworking space for entrepreneurs, remote workers, and simply people who need a location to work or hold meetings.
This week is a soft opening for its members, and on June 1, The Station will welcome the community or memberships space rentals, and other corporate opportunities.
“The chamber [Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce] will be joining us over here, the EDC [economic development corporation], Workone, so on and so forth, and some other developments so we’re just really excited to be a part of that one-stop shop for businesses,” said Jessica Cox, COO of The Station.
To become a member or to rent a space, you can visit The Station at 900 Wabash Avenue starting June 1. For further information, visit The Station’s website.