Sick of working from home? Do you hunger for at least a couple of days a week working in a city centre location with real people around you doing the same? It is still possible to get a co-working space in Dublin for around 200 euro a month or less. Daily rates are often even more affordable. Below is a shortlist of some inexpensive and flexible co-working spaces. (If you want to feature your co-working space just drop us a tweet and we will include.) Please note that going back to work in shared offices or workspaces carries risks due to COVID-19 and guidelines must be adhered to.
WeWork is possibly the best known flexible office solution in Dublin. It has nicely-designed desks and co-working spaces to rent all around the city – amenities include front-desk assistance, free-flowing coffee, and business-class printing services. Check out the website for all the details.
Dogpatch Labs is a startup hub, located in the heart of Dublin’s ‘Digital Docklands’. This is an excellent space for startups, and membership brings many benefits.
Office Suites Club offers offices and hot desks and has city-centre locations. Pretty nice too.
Coworkinn is located in Sandyford, Dublin, It’s a ‘community of like-minded people. We’ve all worked from home or from a coffee shop but working for yourself shouldn’t mean working alone.’ Reasonable rates and it’s on a Luas line. Check it out.
The Guinness Enterprise Centre is one of the longest-standing co-working spaces. It provides clients with co-working spaces, hot desks and offices. It’s actually where Digital Times started. Find out more here.
Across the way is The Digital Hub. ‘Populated by innovative, digital companies, The Digital Hub fosters an atmosphere of creativity and support.’ You can read more here.
TOG is a hackerspace based in the centre of Dublin, Ireland. It is a shared space where members have a place to be creative and work on their projects in an environment that is both inspiring and supportive of both new and old technologies.
Other firms that offer flexible office and desk rents include:
Space@DublinBIC is an excellent, affordable co-working or hot-desking option.
The Media Cube in Dun Laoghaire.
Flexhuddle is in Harold’s Cross.
Regus is all over town.
Cluster in the city centre.
DoSpace, which is a pretty cool spot in the docklands.
Element78 is located on the Quays.
Helping Networks is an exciting concept.
T-cube is a really affordable option for startups.
Glandore is all over Dublin.
For a very comprehensive list of co-working spaces all over Ireland, check out this list on ThinkBusiness.
Main image from WeWork.