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Cork’s latest co-working space to open

Thursday, 7th November, 2019 8:46am

Creative workspace provider Spaces is set to open its first co-working space in Cork.

Located in a premium location in the heart of the city centre, Spaces Horgans Quay will occupy two floors of the state-of-the-art building, constructed out of the original site’s limestone foundations.

It offers a space to meet clients or a place to work for the day, with riverside views and an abundance of natural light. A spokesperson said it’s “estimated to open summer 2020, but some floors are likely to open sooner then that”.

For those who need to travel, the centre is located adjacent to Cork’s main rail station, offering speedy connections to Dublin and the rest of the country, making it a great base for both growing and established businesses.

Paul MacAndrew, Country Manager, IWG Ireland, said: “Business leaders are increasingly recognising the value of flexible working spaces – our research shows that 94 per cent of business leaders in Ireland agree that flexible working helps their business grow, and 92 per cent believe that flexible working helps them create a presence in new markets.”

“We are delighted to be opening our newest centre in Cork. Spaces offers a new type of workspace for companies and individuals looking for a place to work flexibly and be inspired by other like-minded people. With a fantastic central location and premier features, within a riverside location – Cork’s newest Spaces is bringing something new to the city and its business community.”

Spaces originated in Amsterdam and was built on the idea that success breeds more success. Spaces has bases all over the world, in 49 countries.

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