Rocking up to your hot desk in a cool co-working space in re-purposed 70s-built office block is the new way to maximise your creativity. Whether you're freelancing or running your own business, here are our favourite spaces to co-work in Ireland.
The Greenway by Iconic Offices
The first Dublin location of the Huckletree family of co-working spaces is in the heart of the city in The Academy building in Dublin 2. Spread out over 30,000 square feet, there is room for 400 members with packages ranging from Unlimited Flexible (i.e., pop in and out as you please) to Dedicated Studio for those looking for a private workspace for a team of anything from 6-30 people. Tea, coffee, water are available unlimited to all members and extras like weekly after-hours drinks, networking breakfasts and weekly yoga and meditation classes make it a very lifestyle inspired space to work. Set up with 'fast growth companies, entrepreneurs, creative businesses, venture funds and corporate innovation teams' in mind, the Huckletree hashtag embodies the spirit of its members: #staycurious.
The Tara Building
Described as ‘a space for creative energy to be translated into exciting work’, The Tara Building prides itself as being a space as much dedicated to community and culture as it is to driven professional activity. Perks of membership include barista style coffee, tea, beer and snacks, access to meeting rooms and a chill out area to take a well-earned break. To further prove its commitment to community, The Tara Building offers scholarship and incubation for social impact and creative arts practitioners on a three month rolling basis, meaning those with a portfolio of work and meaningful pitch for how they would best use a co-working membership to further their art or social impact can be brought into the Tara Building family and benefit from all that the membership offers, including activities in the social calendar, gallery space and creative collaborations with other members.