Mill Valley’s The Hivery Co-Working Space To Debut in San Francisco This SummerAuthor:Michelle Konstantinovsky
Working remotely sounds like a dream…until you realize it’s 3 p.m. and you’ve had more face time with daytime talk shows than spreadsheets and Word docs. Thankfully, an array of co-working spaces have cropped up all across the Bay Area, and the latest iteration isn’t just conducive to productive days, but aesthetically pleasing ones too.
Mill Valley-based co-working space The Hivery is making its San Francisco debut this summer, continuing its mission to provide community and resources for members to pursue personal and professional growth. The new SF location will take over a 5,000-square-foot space inside the historic Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC), occupying the first floor of Landmark Building D at FMCAC.
In partnership with long-time member, Gracie Turner Design, The Hivery’s SF location is designed around the vast west-facing windows with sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Members will have the opportunity to take advantage of a variety of solo and collaborative work areas including standing tables, casual open meeting and workspaces, a quiet zone, creative studio, multiple meeting rooms, and multiple phone booths. There will also be a large kitchen, nursing room, as well as a retail space to showcase local artisans and member products. The Hivery SF will lend itself to regular events, workshops, and special retreats.
Pre-sale for San Francisco memberships are now on sale, with early bird membership prices starting at $200/month. To learn more about pricing and the different kinds of memberships please visit The Hivery’s San Francisco Website.
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