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William is an inventor. Janet is a crafter. Bill is a sales rep. Jonathon operates a business from his home. Alejandro is a lab researcher who is developing a technology idea in his spare time. Luann is the president of an active club.
One thing they all have in common is that they can now find services at White Rock’s newest business – The Hive.
The Hive, located at 134 State Road 4 between Metzger’s and Del Norte Credit Union combines co-work space, meeting rooms, community project space, and equipped user facilities available for use by the day or month. Wi-Fi and a selection of coffees and teas are available to users and guests making the Hive a workplace with some of the amenities of a café (rather than a café where people try to work).
The Hive is an initiative of High Mesa Institutes-Los Alamos, a 501c3 non-profit formed for research and educational purposes. “HMI-LA was conceived as a flexible platform for conducting research and educational activities in the community, and the Hive is intended to be a user facility supporting that mission,” said Kevin Holsapple, a member of the High Mesa Board.
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