Overview of the 10 best co-working spaces in Dublin

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As home of the EU HQ of Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, Dublin is without a doubt a digital hotspot in Europe. Ranked 8th for being the most startup friendly city on the continent, Dublin is attracting top international talent and venture capital funding, and as such many consider Dublin as their place to do business. For those who are planning to visit the city soon or to work there for a longer period of time, here are 10 of the best co-working spaces in Dublin:

CoCreate – Centrally located, CoCreate is the second home to an inspiring community of Freelancers, creatives, techies, entrepreneurs and other professional mobile workers. Offering cozy workplace with a homey feel to it, desks are paired with ergonomic chairs and 24/7 access to kitchen and lounge area is provided. Aside from focusing on providing work space for independent professionals, CoCreate also hosts workshops, courses and various networking events. Cost: Monthly packages vary from €100 to €220.

T Cube – A nice space in Dublin which provides meet-up space and co-working/meeting space for for freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups in the web, app, mobile, software and digital sectors among others. A comfortable environment which offers desks and meeting rooms with 2 essentials for every nomad: a great coffee and reliable Internet. Members say it’s a great place to work, socialize, and collaborate. Cost: Monthly package starts at €195.

DoSpace – Located in a converted warehouse on a barge in the heart of Silicon Docks, The DoSpace has 800sq feet of office space with short or long-term options available for entrepreneurs, founders or visiting executives from international companies. Amenities include meeting and event space, community manager, beer on tap, meet-ups, industry talks, social events, and even weekly yoga classes. Cost: Monthly packages vary from 250 to 450 euros.

Dogpatch Labs – As host of the Irish tech community, Dogpatch Labs is dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship and a culture of innovation, and provides a foundation for startups to grow and scale. Its vibrant 40,000 sq ft of co-working and event space houses a diverse, collaborative community of over 200 residents spanning 20 nationalities. Labs offers work and relax zones, great food, conference and meeting areas, and top notch events. Cost: Monthly packages vary from €200 to €400.

Flex huddle – A co-working space in Dublin that fosters creativity for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. Offering open workspace, meeting rooms, 24/7 access, kitchenette, common area and printing/scanning services, Flex huddle is ready to provide professional yet relaxed environment. There are desk rental options available on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, depending on your needs. Cost: Monthly packages vary from €129 to €299.

The Brickhouse – Described as a creative and free-flowing think space, home to business innovators, enterprising pioneers, progressive freelancers, spirited start-ups and multi-nationals, the Brickhouse has over 20,000 sq ft spread across 3 floors, divided between private offices, dedicated and floating desks, meeting rooms and event space, complemented by the ongoing events and networking opportunities. Full amenities including beer on tap, showers, kitchen, free coffee and tea and bike storage. Cost: Monthly packages vary from €349 to €449.

Coworkinn – A nice co-working and events space in Dublin and a central meeting point for a community of solopreneurs, creatives, techpreneurs and other professional independents. Facilities include printing/scanning services, meeting rooms, Skype room, fully equipped kitchen and library. Focus is put on the community aspect, so a lot of networking and partnership opportunities are welcomed. Cost: Monthly packages are available from €45 to €290.

Tara – A great co-working hub for enterprising creatives. Tara comes with fibre broadband, meeting rooms, a reception team, fitted kitchen and barista-style coffee, tea, beer and snacks, and a daily cleaning service. Membership of the space will also give access to events, workshops and classes such as yoga, photography or business. Possibility to apply for scholarship to get a desk for free for three months. Cost: Monthly package is available for €220.

Space@Dublin BICSpace is an affordable office solution for budding entrepreneurs and freelances in Dublin’s city centre. It is managed by Dublin BIC in line with its mission to empower entrepreneurs to start and scale and offers private offices and ad hoc, uber cool co-working desks with access to WiFi, on-site café, storage facilities and meeting rooms. A range of programmes and events are also offered. Cost: Monthly packages vary from €200 to €375.

Fumbally exchange – A movement of people working on a small scale in a collaborative way – that’s Fumbally exchange. The Dublin city centre branch offers 60 desks across two floors, open-plan work spaces flooded with natural light, plenty of meeting rooms and break-out areas, along with a generous kitchen area. Event and exhibition space for all the creative individuals and digital nomads is available as well. Cost: Monthly package is available for €370.

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