Coworking spaces in Ireland

Here is a list of coworking spaces in Ireland. It’s growing all the time, so please let us know if we are missing any.

In Ireland, more and more coworking spaces and ‘innovation hubs’ are opening to cater to a growing army of flexible creators, entrepreneurs, and makers. 

Research carried out by Emergent Research suggests that by 2020 there will be four million people working in coworking spaces around the world.

In America, 40% of the workforce will be freelancers, temps, independent contractors and ‘solopreneurs’ by 2020. (According to the American Bureau of Labour Statistics).

The trend is likely to be replicated in Ireland. 

Below is a list of coworking spaces* in Ireland. If we are missing any, please let us know on our Facebook page. 

* Prices stated are at the time of writing and are subject to change. Please check the website of the service being offered to confirm current prices. 


Blick Studios – prices from £100pm.

Bloom @BT9 – prices from £100pm.

City Business Hub – £70 + VAT per day

Farset Labs – student £15pm, enthusiast £25pm, freelancer £35pm, investor £75pm.

WabiSabi – for creatives of all kinds. 

The Foundry – unlimited use £130, Mon-Fri £85, daily/hourly from £5.

Glandore – prices range from €55 – €275 (depending on package).


Ocean Office Share – daily €20, 10-day membership €120, monthly €250.

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Republic of Work a hassle-free flexible workplace.

Ludgate – Ireland’s first rural, digital hub in Skibbereen. Prices start at €19 per day for a hot desk.

Gate Design House – monthly €200.

Regus – offices range from €6.90 – €9.10 per day (depending on location).

Bank of Ireland, Patrick Street – free.

Plus 10 – daily €25, weekly €60, monthly €180.

E-Centres – €50 per week.

Mouse – Space rental, high-speed Internet hub, great coffee and more.


CoLab work space – currently offering a two-month free trial.

The Base Enterprise Centre – rates subject to application.


Magazine Studios – see website for rates. 

Eighty81 workspaces – £150pm.


Code Space Newry – check out the website.

The Hub Newry – daily £20, £100pm (50hrs), unlimited access £180pm. 

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Bank of Ireland coworking spaces, Grand Canal Square, Montrose, and Trinity College – free. (This network of coworking spaces is expanding all the time. See the website for updates.)

Pine Hub – Blanchardstown Corporate Park. See website for rates.

Harbour View – daily €25, weekly €100, monthly €250.

Iconic Offices – from €49pm.

Media Cube – see website for rates.

Pier Connect, Dún Laoghaire – €200pm.

CoCreate – €220pm.

Coworkinn – member €20, drop-in €150, unlimited access €300.

Talent Garden, Dublin – see website for rates.

Talent Garden – DCU Aplha – Talent Garden membership allows access to all of its global co-working spaces. See website for rates.

Tara Building – a range of flexible coworking passes from single day passes (€25 +VAT) to full-time memberships (€245 +VAT).

Dogpatch Labs – hot desk €200pm, dedicated desk €400pm.

The Digital Hub – desk price starts at €57.50 per week.

The Guinness Enterprise Centre – €100pm + VAT.

Office Suites – part-time desk €79pm, full-time desk €249pm.

The Hive @ Liffey Trust – monthly €200 + VAT.

The Treehouse – see website for rates.

TOG Dublin Hackerspace – standard rate €45pm.

Versari Hub – multiple packages, contact

Regus – offices range from €9.00 – €14 per day (depending on location).

Cluster – monthly €220 + VAT.

DoSpace – €250pm.

Flexhuddle – flex membership €199, full-time membership €299.

Glandore – prices range from €55 – €275 (depending on package).

Element78 – virtual offices from €75pm.

Helpingnetworks – €180 for 10 days, full-time €250.

Studio9 – €250pm.

T-cube – €195pm.

Space@DublinBIC – five-day desk €59, monthly €200 for full-time usage.

WeWork, Dublin (four locations) – see the website for rates. 


Bank of Ireland cowork space – free.

Galway Technology Centre – €165pm.

Portershed – €30 per day, €220pm.

Superpixel Labs – monthly €250.


Castleisland Chamber Alliance – co-working at the new Carnegie Building. Email

HQ Tralee – meetings and events from €25pm, offices from €220pm.


Johnstown Business Centre – virtual offices from €20pm.


WorkBench – Bank of Ireland’s free coworking space on Parliament Street. Free wi-fi and coffee. 

New Work Junction – flexi-desk (16hrs per week) €155pm, full-time €195pm.


The Hive – daily €20, weekly €50, monthly €100.


Bank of Ireland, O’Connell Street – free.

Regus – €7.30 per hour.

The Bank Building – see the website for rates. 


Creative Spark – A brilliant training hub and creative workspace in Dundalk.

The Mill Drogheda – €160pm.

ShareDesk – hourly €20, monthly €150.


The Spool Factory – located in Boyle. Single and multi-user desks available to rent.


The Building Block – €50 per week and daily hot desks are €19.

Sligo Enterprise Centre – from €75pm.

Achonry Food Hub – see website for details.


WeCreate Workspace – from €80pm. 


Boxworks – daily €30, monthly €250.

Fumbally Exchange – see website for rates.


The Hatch Lab – Located in Gorey, the Hatch Lab offers hot desks and permanent private desks. See website for more details. 

The Hive – weekly from €35. 

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Why is coworking growing so quickly? 

Coworking spaces are a great option for startups and self-employed professionals who can’t afford to maintain an office. Typically, coworking spaces suit startups and freelancers due to the pay-as-you-use business model.

Coworking was an idea made current and popular in 2005 by Brad Neuberg, a software developer from San Francisco.

Coworking is different to incubators and business accelerators, as these models can often overlook the social aspect that coworking offers.  

According to the business and technology research firm Forester, an estimated 50 per cent of workers (globally) will seek to work remotely by 2020.

It is thought that the number of available coworking spaces worldwide is doubling each year.

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