Member Bzzz Interview: Liza Lucky

Member Bzzz

A former educator-turned-strategist and mom, Liza joined the Beacon hive in June 2019.  Keep Reading

Bringing the Bzzz to Newburgh!


After years of requests and off-and-on exploration and actual planning, we’ve found a home to expand BEAHIVE in Newburgh!.  Keep Reading

Member Bzzz Interview: Jackie Gonzales

Member Bzzz

An environmental historian, researcher, observer, and writer, Jackie joined the Albany hive in August 2019.  Keep Reading

Highlands Current Explores the Rise (and Challenges) of the Gig Economy


The third in a series from The Highlands Current called "Living on the Edge" highlights some local challenges of freelancing and features BEAHIVE as an innovator and resource for freelancers and the community.  Keep Reading

Member Bzzz Interview: Lynn Freehill-Maye

Member Bzzz

An independent writer passionate about sustainability, nature, and travel, Lynn joined the Beacon hive in December 2018.  Keep Reading

Now Offering Big-Company HR Benefits Like Healthcare and 401(k)


BEAHIVE members now have discounted access to the same kinds of employee benefits you’d get working for a Fortune 500 company.  Keep Reading

Member Bzzz Interview: Katherine Raynor

Member Bzzz

A SUNY New Paltz prof passionate about social justice and travel, Katherine kicked off 2019 as a member of BEAHIVE.  Keep Reading

Beacon Annex (With New Studios) Coming in May


We've had a waitlist since adding Resident Studios in 2011 to our OG Beacon location. So we're expanding into a second location on Main St and adding more private work studios.  Keep Reading

Chronogram’s Best Hudson Valley Coworking Spaces


Our region's best magazine "celebrating the Hudson Valley lifestyle" and covering arts, culture and sustainability, Chronogram, recently profiled us as one of the six best coworking spaces in the Hudson Valley.  Keep Reading

Workspace + Worklife = The Future of Work

Views + Trends

Gideon Lewis-Kraus spent a year visiting various WeWork locations in several cities. He does a respectable job capturing the true essence of the coworking movement — or at least those of us idealistic early pioneers in the "movement" versus most of the later entrants into what has become a mushrooming sector of the real estate "industry.".  Keep Reading