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Dublin Flexible Office and Workspace Providers Directory

Flexible Office Space and Workspace Companies in Dublin

Our guides to flexible office and workspace providers in Dublin

How do you Easily Compare the Dublin Office Space Market?

At The Office Providers, we bring access to all flexible workspace options in Dublin from a wide range of providers, operators and brands allowing you to search and compare workspaces that will best suit your needs.

We act as an aggregator of office space and we filter and condense the whole marketplace showing you options that perfectly match your requirements.

Many office space landlords that traditionally provide leased office space to rent now provide non-leased workspace options so, in these cases, are also classed as office providers.

Find out more about Dublin flex space companies by reading our guides.

Below are our guides to flexible workspace providers and operators that provide shared offices, private serviced office space, managed offices, coworking spaces and other flex space options in Dublin city centre and throughout County Dublin and the Greater Dublin Area in locations including:

BallsbridgeBlackrockBlanchardstownClonshaugh
D1D2D3D4
D5D6D8D15
D17D18DalkeyDamastown
Digital DocklandsDocklandsDublin AirportDun Laoghaire
FoxrockGrand Canal DockMontroseNorth Dock
North QuayRathminesSandyfordSilicon Docks
Spencer DockTallaghtThe Digital HubThe Liberties

 

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Our guides to flexible office and workspace providers in Dublin

 

Arrow Serviced OfficesBroombridge Business CentreClarendon House Business CentreClonmel House Business Centre
CoCreateCork St. StudiosCoworkinn
Digital Office Centres (DOC)Dogpatch LabsDominick Court Serviced Offices
Dublin Business Innovation Centre (BIC)eDot ConnectElement 78FlexHuddle
Fumbally Exchange (FEx)GlandoreGuinness Enterprise Centre (GEC)Huckletree
Iconic OfficesInternational Corporate CentreLis Cara Business Centre
New Work JunctionOffice Suites ClubOfficepodsPembroke Hall
Premier Business CentresProsperity CentresRegusRockwood Business Centre
Sky Business CentresSpacestcube
The Georgian CollectionThe Link Business CentreThe Tara BuildingUs&Co
WeWork  Whitefire

 

Many landlords that would traditionally provide leasehold or leased office spaces to rent in Dublin are now also offering non-leased workspace options.

Tenants looking to sublet some of their excess office space can often provide short-term office space rental options.

We provide access to these flexible leasing options, too.

 

Why it Pays to Compare the Whole Dublin Flexible Office Space Market?

As a capital city within the EU, Dublin continues to attract organisations from all sectors.

The favourable taxation environment, benefits from membership of the European Union, a supportive business infrastructure and excellent transport links have had a great influence on the global heavy-hitters choosing Dublin as an operational base.

For many years, a plethora of US-based and international companies looking for a strategic foothold in Europe have chosen Dublin office space to position their UK and Ireland or European headquarter offices.

Some of the major Dublin office occupiers include Accenture, Allianz Partners, Amazon, Citibank, Coca-Cola, Deloitte, Ernst and Young (EY), Facebook, Google, Indeed, Invesco, KPMG, LinkedIn, Microsoft, McDonald’s, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Salesforce, Sky, Tesco, Verizon and Vodafone, to name just a few.

Aside from the aforementioned benefits of renting office space in Dublin, the city has a broad and deep talent pool which is highlighted by the presence of highly-acclaimed educational institutions including Dublin City University (DCU), the Economic and Social Research Institute, the Technological University Dublin, The Institute of International and European Affairs, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and the University of Dublin.

The office space market in Dublin is rich and varied with workspaces ranging from elegant Georgian terraces in Fitzwilliam Square to trendy Google-style campus offices in Dublin’s Docklands. Offices are available to rent throughout the city and county on both traditional office rental terms and there is an increasing number of flexibly-leased and flex space options that range from co-working hot desks to small private serviced offices to bespoke managed office buildings fit-out to an occupier’s unique brief complete with corporate branding, highly-secure IT networks and ‘own front door’.

Many of the flexible agreement workspace options in Dublin are complete with gyms, coffee bars, meditation and prayer rooms and event spaces for pitches, launches and celebrations – all crafted to improve productivity, profits and employee well-being.

The events of 2020 put a greater emphasis on the need for agile office space for occupiers in all locations globally, as well as the need for ultra-clean Covid-compliant workspaces to ensure employees feel safe in their return to the office.

2020 presented the world with yet another Black Swan that brought with it a contagious level of uncertainty. It brought with it a reminder that the only thing that is certain is, indeed, uncertainty.

Many companies tied into office leases felt the pinch as the rent rolled on out of the company bank account together with all other office overheads, and many rapidly started exploring future less onerous workplace solutions.

The events of the year also highlighted that companies can indeed survive with the majority of the workforce working from home and many will be looking to see whether they will continue to thrive with ongoing adoption of these organisational models moving forward.

Flexible working and homeworking, of course, has been with us for many decades and has been installed into organisations with varying levels of success – some fully embrace it whilst others had rejected it. It is likely, now, to be re-examined in many companies.

Homeworking en masse hasn’t yet been tested in normal market conditions and it is debatable whether companies will be fully comfortable with it when they start to pay salaries without governmental payroll support, and are looking to thrive rather than survive, and grow out of the economic trenches of 2020.

There have been several clickbait headlines declaring that ‘the office is dead’ of course, but there is no doubt, though, that the world of work is evolving.

Various employee studies have shown that flexible working in 2020 provided many benefits especially during such abhorrent conditions but, equally, many reported that employees recognised the missed benefits of the office when it was so abruptly taken away from them.

Many missed the routine (some even reported missing the commute), the separation of home life and work life, and even simply the banter and camaraderie of the workplace.

There have been no long-term studies carried out on having a whole population homeworking, and whilst it served a great purpose in 2020, there have been concerns raised concerning mental health issues of those that feel isolated where, in some cases, the office was an employee’s biggest source of human connection in their lives.

There have also been issues with incorrect home office set-ups in terms of osteopathy and eye health, too.

There has also been confusion over the remuneration of employees who use their domestic electricity and resources for work, as well.

It would seem, however, that there is no doubt that adding variety and autonomy to an employee’s environment and schedule can have great benefits in terms of overall well-being, mental health and productivity.

Many businesses are looking to fully investigate how to take the positives and negatives from 2020 on both profit- and employee levels and there is predicted to be greater adoption of hybrid workplace or ‘hub and spoke workspace’ models where companies have strategically-located satellite offices that can be used as touchdown offices or multimedia hubs for work that simply cannot be done from home.

There are also flexible workspace products that have gained in popularity including office timeshares and pay-as-you-go offices for companies seeking the ultimate in office space flexibility.

These workplace solutions allow companies to more harmoniously blend homeworking with traditional office working models.

Offices have always tended to be at the forefront of change in various ways. For instance, with consumer technology – it may have been within an office that many of us first saw a colour printer or a handheld email device or, indeed, email.

It is also sometimes the first place we experience certain behaviours such as practising recycling or how to exercise good posture whilst working at a desk.

It is also office space that tends to be at the forefront of green building construction and workplace practice – this is evidenced by the work of the Irish Green Building Council and the number of BREEAM, LEED and WELL accredited professionals and certified office buildings there are throughout Dublin.

It is envisaged that it will be the office that helps us carve a path to a life with better work-life balance, with a focus on reduced commutes, increased autonomy and a generally improved level of well-being throughout the working population.

Offices were the first form of commercial real estate that broke away from the traditional lease and have been providing more flexible models of occupancy for decades. The demand for this type of space has increased significantly over the last decade and the events of 2020 are likely to have created a catalyst in demand levels.

There are several new and incumbent flex office providers in Dublin that are providing an increased number of options to businesses seeking flexibility in their commercial property strategies.

There is also an increasing number of office landlords that are now offering non-leased and flexibly-leased options that would have traditionally only provided leased office space for rent on conventional terms.

There are also opportunities from office tenants that are now looking to sub-let some of their excess office space which provides further flexible workplace options to potential subtenants.

With this increasing number and variety of flex space solutions in Dublin, it can sometimes be difficult to have full sight of the marketplace. 

This is how we help – we bring all together all flexible office space options in Dublin under one metaphorical ‘roof’ – this is why we are called The Office Providers – we facilitate sourcing, comparing and the acquisition of flexible workspace options from all of the office providers.

We listen to and understand your bespoke workplace requirements and then condense the whole market so that you are only presented with options that perfectly match your brief.

We can arrange viewings – both virtual and in-person if you wish, and we can help you negotiate the very best deal for your business.

We are regulated by RICS so we are independent and impartial, and our occupier representation services are completely FREE, always.

The Golden page for The Office Providers can be seen on the link, too.

So, get in touch and let us know how we can help you find the best flex space in Dublin for you and your team.

 

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