Work Cube Opens in Ballyclare

Work Cube Opens in Ballyclare

Work Cube Opens in Ballyclare

Work Cube is LEDCOM’s latest workspace venture, located in The Square, Ballyclare.

It serves two functions:

  • A enterprise centre
  • A much needed shared workspace in The Square, Ballyclare

Though Ballyclare has a small town centre, it’s has a sprawling residential area with a mixture of locals and commuters and is home to around 10,000 inhabitants. With several thriving clothes and shoes stores, gift shops, florists and grocery stores, Ballyclare town centre also has an impressive collection of high quality coffee shops and cafes, plenty to keep the munchies at bay and coffee afficianados satisfied. (I’ve sampled most of them and recommend TIME and Brown’s Coffee Co!) In the surrounding country areas, it also has a spa, a golf course, a stunning barn-style wedding venue and fishery, all situated in the rolling hills of The Collin (the scenic route to Ballymena).

Work Cube is situated conveniently just across the road from two central carparks: one paid and one free.

Features

This is what is available at Work Cube:

  • Accessible space
  • High-speed wifi
  • Compact, central desk area
  • Two, separate offices
  • Kitchenette off the central desk area
  • Light-filled space
  • Photocopier

Work Cube is supported by Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and Choice Housing Ireland.

I visited Work Cube Ballyclare with an artist friend, NaytoGrey. The featured image is a ‘Primrose’, a gift from her collection, a nod to the environs of Ballyclare and because I neglected to take any photos that day, so engrossed were we with business planning and scones!

If you’d like to find out about other LEDCOM properties and services in their flagship ventures, see below. They already have a business park on Bank Road and another business park and conference centre on Willowbank Road, both in Larne.

Contact Info for Work Cube, Ballyclare

Contact Ledcom.

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