Our Albany hive opened in March 2012 in the Capital Region at 418 Broadway (Downtown Albany), right across from the gorgeous Gothic SUNY System Administration Building — where you’ll find a farmers market every Thursday and picnic tables/benches. Just one block to the Hudson River walkway.
As pioneers in the coworking movement we’ve leveraged our years of experience to create a warm, comfortable, inviting, productive place to work, meet, and collaborate.
We’re in a former architect’s studio — an open coworking space with a mix of shared work areas, lounge, meeting room, and a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, bottled water and coffee/tea.
High-speed fiber internet feeds a high-performance Meraki Wi-Fi network throughout the space. There’s a large TV, and a surround sound system with Alexa pumps productive music in the open workspace.
Parking is available in the adjacent surface lot, a municipal garage just behind BEAHIVE, or via meter on Broadway.
Our partner in the Albany hive is Tracy Metzger of TL Metzger & Associates.
Why is BEAHIVE spelled funny?
It’s a cute reference to Beacon, NY (Bea-hive, Bea-con…).
The original Beahive opened in 2009 in the heart of Beacon’s Main Street in the iconic Telephone Building.
Available to members for private calls or meetings and also available to rent for non-members for small workshops and group meetings up to 12.
Tables are on wheels and can be configured in many ways.
We encourage potential members to schedule a visit, check out the space and the other members, and then choose the membership plan that works for you.