top of page

Spanish coworking space opens in Lisbon’s prime location

Spanish coworking space opens in Lisbon’s prime location - portugal news
Spanish coworking space opens in Lisbon’s prime location - Portugal Business News

Portugal news - Spanish coworking space, Monday, will open in Lisbon’s prime location, at number 2 Marquês de Pombal Square.


Lisbon’s main roundabout, Marquês de Pombal Square, that is at the top of luxury avenue Avenida da Liberdade, is set to become the new location for a flexible working space that will attract both digital nomads and international companies.


Spanish company Urbania is investing in Lisbon’s prime office space in a major move towards its international expansion. Lisbon’s new coworking space, Monday, be a an eleven-story building with a 4,500 square meter flexible working space having a capacity of 600 users. The new Lisbon coworking space is being renovated by construction company Lock and by architecture and design firm Vivim Studio. 


The new coworking space in the heart of Lisbon, Monday, will be the largest flexible working space in the Spanish network and the opening is scheduled for the third quarter of 2024. The coworking space with remain open all day every day and will provide services such as parking, booths, a gym and guided classes. The available coworking spaces will include a flexible or fixed desk in a common area, and private offices that users will be able to rent daily, weekly, or monthly. Users will also be able to benefit from professional business services such as accounting, management, and marketing, as well as from a number of events and conferences.


“We have chosen the city of Lisbon for its excellent business ecosystem to transfer our concept of flexible offices,” highlighted Xavier Bassons, CEO of Monday, in a statement. Members of the new space in Portugal will also have access to the network’s coworking spaces in Spain and in Andorra.


Spanish coworking space, Monday, will also open two new offices in Spain to reach a portfolio of thirteen centers with a total of 35,000 square meters having the capacity to house more than 5,000 employees. The Spanish brand is expecting a 25% growth in 2024, compared to a turnover of 12 million euros in 2023.



Related Posts

See All


Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
bottom of page