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How You Can Utilize The HIVE


Meeting Space

The private meeting room at The HIVE is equipped with a smart TV, high speed internet, and a large table with comfortable chairs. The space seats up to 10 people, is available for half day or full day rentals, and can be accessed every day of the week from 6am - 12am. Guests access the space via a virtual keypad.

Co-Working Space

Co-working is made simple at The HIVE. Guests receive use of individual desk space, high speed internet, printer access, as well as coffee tokens to be used at the on-site cafe. The space is available for weekly or monthly rentals, is accessed via a virtual keypad, and is available everyday of the week from 6am - 12am.

All About The HIVE in the Historic Vasa Hall

Welcome to The HIVE, Grays Harbor County's new collective workspace and meeting room located in the historic Vasa Hall! Featuring four (soon to be six) individual co-working spaces and one meeting room, the space has been transformed from a forgotten building to a one-of-a-kind environment that meets the unique needs of remote workers. 

Purchased by Paraiso Property Professionals, LLC, the Vasa Hall, built in 1927, received a new lease on life when renovations were completed in 2022. The former VASA (Swedish American Fraternal Organization)  was built in the 20's as a gathering hall and place to celebrate Nordic Heritage. After a series of owners and closures, the building nestled near the banks of the Hoquiam River shifted to become a Moose Lodge in 1979. Memories continue to flow in from community members who recall special memories in the space  the has continually served the Hoquiam and Grays Harbor community for nearly 100 years.

As the Vasa Hall now serves its new purpose, The HIVE is excited to welcome in workers to utilize the space while appreciating the history in a whole new way.

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Meet The HIVE's Neighbors 

The HIVE is situated in the Vasa Hall, home to other locally owned businesses. Check them out and take advantage of their services while utilizing The HIVE!

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