Serviced offices in New Ross
The Rising Tide Business Centre offers serviced offices in the heart of New Ross town at 35-37 South Street.
Following major structural work in 2009, No. 35 South Street opened as the Rising Tide Business Centre under the auspices of the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Trust, with support from the Interreg IV and Wexford Local Development.
2014 saw complete renovation of No. 36 South Street and the installation of a Barron lift at the rear for disabled access.
In 2014, following the retirement of Drs Horan & Kelleher, New Ross Properties acquired No. 37 South Street and renovation is under way to bring it up to the same standard as No.s 35 & 36.
Office space rental
Office space ranges from hot desks and coworking style desk rental for remote workers and start-ups to 1-4 person offices suited to a wide variety of businesses and organisations.
Arrange a viewing
Contact Therese at New Ross Properties 051-421276 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Rising Tide Centre facilities
Included in rent are:
- Heat and Electricity
- Cleaning services
- Waste removal
Tenants also have access to:
- Meeting rooms
- Kitchen facilities
- Shower and changing facilities
- Private yard and garden at rear
Meeting room and training room hire
Two rooms are available for hire that are suited to hosting board meetings, interviews, and training sessions. The meeting rooms, on the ground floor at No. 35 South Street, are wheel chair accessible. Tea, coffee and refreshment facilities are available on demand.
Book a meeting room
Contact New Ross Chamber
The Rising Tide Centre is on the corner of South Street and Marsh Lane, one block away from the Dunbrody Famine Ship.
Please check the correct delivery details for each organisation as there is separate access to no.s 35, 36 and 37 South Street.
Parking for visitors
Onstreet parking and on the quays is available at €1 per hour and all day parking is available at Maher’s Yard across the way from the Rising Tide Centre at a charge of €2.50 per day.
At a difficult time for property in general, the owners of New Ross Properties have given a vote of confidence in the regeneration of New Ross by creating a modern business centre in three heritage buildings that were seriously in need of refurbishment.
The aim throughout has been to create a pleasant working environment, complete with internet access, meeting rooms, canteens and shower and changing facilities for those that wish to combine exercise with their working day.
The building work to date is a credit to both Dave Merrigan, the architect and Johann Hoff, the main contractor, and they have succeeded in sympathetically combining the conservation requirements with a practical end use.