Innovative Investments, LLC continues revitalizing Downtown Jonesboro, creating unique space for visitors of Jonesboro to intersect with Jonesboro residents in life, work, and play.
Jonesboro, AR. (February 18, 2020) – Mat Clark and Heather Walker-Clark started out on their venture to build a downtown hotel more than 6 years ago, and their vision has finally become a reality. Located at 315 W Huntington, the addition to Intersect311 is situated next door to The Glass Factory, a 6500 square foot industrial themed event venue the Clarks opened in late 2018. Mat and Heather both have a passion for revitalization and love to repurpose old buildings into relevant and timeless spaces for the community.
The Grand Opening of Intersect311’s expansion will be held on Friday March 6, 2020. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce at 4:00 p.m. with tours, drinks, snacks and live music by Dalanie Taylor immediately following. All media and public are invited to attend.
Intersect311 was originally comprised of two- and three-bedroom townhomes with fully furnished nightly rental options, each including a full kitchen, laundry closet and private bathroom with each bedroom. “The thing we figured out quickly was that we were getting a lot of solo travelers. They loved the downtown location, comfort, and amenities, but the townhomes had more square footage than what they needed for one person.” said owner Heather Walker- Clark.
The new addition is comprised of 15 one-bedroom and studio suites. The one-bedroom units are equipped with a king size memory foam bed, full kitchen with all standard appliances, seating area, and full bathroom with stand-up subway tile shower and stacked washer/dryer. The studio units offer a queen size memory foam bed, kitchenette with mini fridge and microwave, seating area, and a full bathroom. All units are equipped with smart TV’s, individually climate-controlled heat and air units, and a huge window allowing lots of natural light. They are beautifully decorated with a modern feel, allowing guests to transport themselves and truly stay like a local.
Intersect311 is so named because the first two projects Mat and Heather completed downtown occurred at the intersection of 311 Madison and 311 Huntington. “We are very excited to show the addition off to the locals. We love downtown and we plan to continue innovating and revitalizing this area as long as we are able to.” said owner Mat Clark.