About Us

You’ll find all you need for your business to thrive at
The Box, LLC, Stayton Oregon’s co-working business center!

What is Co-working?

Co-working in a shared space provides the essential office set-up required to be productive, without the high cost of a traditional office. At The Box, entrepreneurs, start-ups, small businesses and free-spirits work in an inspired environment surrounded by other professionals. Our memberships include access to a fully-equipped office space, The Box’s conference room, and a comfortable, modern lobby where you can welcome your clients with a cup of fresh brewed coffee.

Out of the Home Office, into a Professional Environment!

The Box is located in the historic Beauchamp Dance Hall’s newly remodeled second floor, overlooking Stayton’s downtown business district. Our spacious 50 x 25-foot space features the building’s original structural elements and sophisticated décor for a modern professional setting. The building’s eight double-hung, wood-framed windows with their original glass panels allow natural light to fill the room, and the postmodern airport seating acquired from the PDX airport provides the unique look of an office space, without a typical cubicle in sight!

Glass, Steel, and Concrete: The Beauchamp Building History

In 1913, Pharmacist Clarence Albirto (C.A.) Beauchamp built a two-story building of glass, steel, and concrete on the corner lot of North Third Avenue and East High Street. Mr. Beauchamp’s pharmacy occupied the first floor until 1946, while the second floor was used as a dance hall that brought the community together for decades.

The Beauchamp Building is distinctive for its lavish use of glass on both floors. Tall, rectangular transom windows crowning the street-facing windows wrap around the outside of the building and the 14-foot tall ceilings inside make it one of the most recognizable buildings in the area.

The Box, LLC carries on the Beauchamp Building’s tradition of bringing the local community together through a shared workspace for Stayton’s professionals.



429 N Third Ave.
Serving breakfast and lunch, with Feminino organic fair trade coffee & a Mediterranean inspired menu.

Mashita Teriyaki

110 E Washington St.
Incredibly good teriyaki and sushi! Open for lunch and dinner.

Gardner House

633 N Third Ave
Delicious and healthy breakfast and lunch dishes served inside a beautiful historic 1898 Queen Anne Victorian!

The Red Apple

333 N Second Ave
Family owned Cantonese restaurant and lounge serving a Chinese American-style menu.

Ugo's Pizza

190 E Ida St.
Pizza, burgers, a salad bar, and more! A fast-casual dining option for quick lunch breaks.

Covered Bridge Cafe

510 N Third Ave.
Serving traditional American-style breakfasts and lunches. They also offer catering menus that are perfect for your next lunch meeting.

Fey Asian

282 N Third Ave
Authentic Chinese food with generous helpings, combo plates, and specials to try.

PanezaNellie Breadstick Shoppe

111 NE Starr Street in Sublimity
Nearby Sublimity’s coffee and lunch restaurant offers a delicious assortment of pastries and specialty coffees and teas. Artisan pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, and salads are served at lunchtime and it’s definitely worth the drive!


103 S Center St. in Sublimity
Delicious, fresh Mexican food in a bright, clean space. Dine in, or call ahead to order and pick-up at their drive-thru window.


US Post Office

When you need it, it’s just one block away!

Market Place at the Grove

A collection of boutique shops located around the corner and down half a block.

The Star Cinema

Across Third Avenue, so close you can see the box office and current movie from our east windows!

What the Quirk - Vintage Emporium

Art, furniture, décor and more on Third Ave.

Harold's Jewelry

Forget a birthday, anniversary or Valentine’s Day gift? Harold has lots of stock for a quick-pick present.

Community Center and the Jordan Covered Bridge

Unique and functional facilities available for rent.

Stayton Public Library

A community convening place for families and professionals alike. Just two blocks away, Stayton’s library is a hub of resources.