Dublin is the Irish capital city of Ireland and hosts large numbers of visitors each year staying across the vibrant and bustling city and very often to work. Dublin is home to HQ of Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter, so it is without a doubt a popular digital spot in Europe. Dublin is ranked 8th for being the most startup friendly city on the continent. The cost of running a business in the city can be expensive. The rent costs and the overheads can make it difficult to start up your own business. Many people seek co-working offices and space that caters to all amenities and services of a modern office at very affordable rates. So, if you are looking to start up your own business or maybe moving to Dublin, and you are seeking co-working offices well we have put together the best co-working offices in Dublin.

Co-working offices are private or communal offices that can be rented for hourly, weekly, daily or annual monthly basis for both small scale businesses and individuals. There are several co-working offices across Dublin with an ideal location, rates, flexibility, and services.

The Tara Building

The Tara building is in the city centre location of Dublin and just a few minutes’ walk away from the banks of the River Liffey. The offices are spread out on 2 open plan spaces and offer a range of flexible deals and packages with 24/7 access. It is the ideal high profile co-working offices. It is described as a home for those that want to plug into a community of professional and driven organisations and individuals. The floors are spacious and bright. The offices are designed for the worker in mind. The facilities include a kitchen, meeting rooms, transport, and a rooftop terrace. The rooftop terrace is a hidden gem where you can check out the views of the amazing city and enjoy a breath of fresh air. Learn more about them at thetarabuilding.com.

Coworkinn

Co working is a nice event and co-working space situated in the Dublin suburb of Sandyford. It is the ideal central meeting point for a community of techpreneurs, solo​preneurs, professional independents, and creatives. The facilities include meeting rooms, desk space, a fully equipped kitchen, library, printing and scanning services, skype room, WIFI, and storage lockers. There are 2 membership types drop in and dedicated with prices starting from 65 euro per month for a flexible desk space, including use of the meeting room, for 1-31 days access per month. There are also day passes available for 30 euro a day.

Huckletree

This is the ideal co-working office space in the city centre close to trinity college. It is a modern and amazing business accelerator. The facility is ideal for co-working, it spreads out over 30,000 square feet and offers both private studios and hot desks. The amenities include event spaces, yoga and massage rooms, meeting rooms, and Zen-like forest room. Regular presentations, product launches, and workshops are also held in huckletree.

The brickhouse

The brickhouse is a unique co-working space from iconic offices and is located only a few moments away from Dublin’s silicon docks. It is described as a creative and flowing free space, home to enterprising pioneers, business innovators, and much more. The co-working office space company provides a wide range of 24/7 co-working choices for all guests, from meeting rooms, private offices, event space, and floating and dedicated desks. There is a range of facilities available from private phone booths, breakfasts, meeting rooms, desk lockers, printing and copying, use of the kitchen, and much more. A monthly rate of €49 for a light membership.

Element 78

Element 78 offers a flexible and beautifully designed co-working space with 24/7 access for guests and members. All small businesses can be accommodated, with desk configurations mix available. The facilities on-site include a shared kitchen, meeting rooms, showers, break out spaces, and storage units. They deliver ideal office solutions with flexible terms. Casual day passes start at €45 and monthly memberships at €350.

Helping networks

Helping networks is one of the newest co-working offices in Dublin. It is a well-equipped facility with offering a support network across all industry sectors. There is a meeting room, 11 co-working desks, and a multimedia classroom. Recreational facilities include a tea-coffee room with a table and a common room. Full time and part-time contracts are available, with monthly rates for part-time starting at €160 and for access to the facilities on a full-time basis from €250.

Dogpatch Labs

The impressive and vast facility is located on the banks of the River Liffey and is the heart of Dublin’s burgeoning financial and tech scene. Dog patch labs offer co-working space, private offices, hot desking, dedicated desks, across 3 district areas. A monthly payment of €200 is available for hot desking.