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Vida Coworking to Open its Second Location in Portland Area

Vida, Portland, Beaverton, Valley Plaza Building, NAI Elliot, Vancouver, Tualatin

By The Registry Staff

Vida, a boutique coworking space provider based in Portland, is extending its presence beyond the city limits. On August 1st, Vida will launch a new coworking spot in Beaverton, located at 9400 S.E. Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. With the aim of catering to the diverse needs of local individuals, solopreneurs, remote workers, nonprofits, and businesses, Vida Beaverton will feature 23 private offices, 26 dedicated desks, four conference rooms, and open coworking spaces, according to the company’s announcement.

Vida’s first location in Portland can be found in the former Jantzen Swimwear building in the inner Northeast area. The team has been diligently working on expanding its presence, and the opening of its second location in the vibrant Beaverton community has generated great anticipation. Melanie Marconi, the founder and CEO of Vida, expressed her excitement in the press release, stating, “Similar to our Portland space, we have been busy sourcing hyper-local vendors to bring our members all of the Vida comforts with strong ties to the Beaverton community and economy.”

The new Vida coworking space will occupy the renovated Valley Plaza Building, managed by NAI Elliot, and boasts over 12,000 square feet of space. It has the capacity to accommodate up to 175 Vida members. Members at Vida Beaverton can expect excellent amenities, including a front-desk concierge, premium beverage service, free parking, a designated area for children, the Unwind Studio for napping and nursing, and an onsite fitness studio equipped with a Peloton bike and a treadmill.

Looking ahead, Vida has plans to expand its reach in the Portland area further. In spring 2024, they will open a location in Tualatin, and they have three more locations in the pipeline. Additionally, Vida is exploring opportunities in Washington, including the possibility of opening a location in Vancouver.