135 John Street Reborn

  • TILT Office Renovation
  • TILT Office Renovation

The TILT Board & Staff are incredibly excited to share with you our newly renovated office space at 135 John Street. Located at the intersection of the Village Docks, Veterans Memorial and Clayton Riverwalk, TILT’s newly renovated office is sure to expect visits from year-round and, summer residents and tourists alike.

In addition to being the proposed location of TILT’s Discovery Center – “The Gateway to the Outdoors”, the new conference room will be available to our many community partners; fellow non-profits, community clubs and organizations. We look forward to again host our local Rotary Club and Lions Club.

The newly renovated space also provides TILT with a formal reception area, storefront, and redesigned upstairs office space. And with solar panels being installed on the roof, much consideration was given to ensuring the efficiency and sustainability of the building.

Our heartfelt appreciation is extended to Carol and Dick Munro and the Munro Family for making this much need renovation possible. You are true champions of TILT and the entire River community.

Special recognition goes to Jonathan and Kristen Taylor, Taylored Architecture, and Ben and Jada Walldroff, Jade Stone Engineering. Taylored Architecture and Jade Stone Engineering provided significant in-kind professional service that supported the renovation.

And a sincerest thanks goes to TILT’s Building Committee – Art Mack, Robin Hoffman, Ben Walldroff, and John Cardamone. Thank you for your care and guidance.

TILT plans to host an open house in the summer of 2021. Please feel free to stop in and see us soon!

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