When working from our space, you'll benefit from being part of an engaged and motivated community of like-minded owners, leaders and founders, and our flexible plans mean you'll only be paying for what you use.
Currently Available: Private office within our Coworking space for up to 6 people. Contact Natasha to learn more!
Situated in the heart of Auckland's lower Parnell innovation precinct, this top-floor space was established in 2014, and recently unveiled its refurbished and extended new look in 2021. You'll join a well-established network of business owners, leaders, start-ups, experts, innovators and creatives.
We're on the top floor of the Textile Center, meaning light from above as well as the windows.
Well behaved four-legged friends are welcome to join us in the space.
Straight out of a café, our coffee machine is top-of-the-line, and comes with unlimited beans and an array of milks.
Dotted through the space are sound booths, couches, tables and nooks where you can hide away, take calls or focus on important work.
Microwaves, oven, panini press, toaster, instant boiling water for cuppa's or pot noodles, and fridge space.
Beer (taps and cans), wines, non-alcoholics and snacks for all residents on a Friday afternoon. Wind down with yarns and treats.
Spacious accommodation, high ceilings and natural light are in-keeping with the historic warehouse origins of The Textile Centre in Parnell. The space balances nods to its history with a contemporary and functional vibe residents expect from a modern shared-space.
The explosion in coworking and shared spaces around the world is largely thanks to the flexibility of services and locations available to remote workers, start-ups and freelancers. We’re also seeing more and more established businesses embracing the trend.
I have found over the past few years that running a dedicated office is quite involved. We have leased a studio and a pod of desks just outside it at The Icehouse. This shared workspace takes away ‘running’ the office and lets me focus on my team and industry stakeholders.
Richard Mason, BCITO
Here we make use of everything; we have rooms for training, access to the boardroom and we’re using meeting rooms all the time because we spend a lot of our time communicating with clients face-to-face. This space gives us freedom to operate how we want to operate.
Greg Byers, Frank Accounting