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It belongs to the Heden group, has two floors, 1200 square meters and capacity for 160 people. You can study or work here from January 2022.

Whether you’re telecommuting, taking online classes or bogged down with assignments, when the TV becomes a distraction and the bed is already begging for a nap after lunch, it’s best to get out of the house and find an environment that boosts your productivity and the new trend of coworking spaces could be the perfect solution for you.

Coworking spaces have more and more fans and in a period when working from home and online classes have become the reality for many, the bets on these spaces have been increasing. In this sense, the Heden group continues its process of expansion in the coworking universe.

After opening shared offices in Graça, Intendente, Chiado and Santa Apolónia, the company is now preparing to open a new workspace in Rossio Station. Yes, you read that right.

This new work area is located in the building of Rossio Station and thus becomes a neighbour of the coffee shop of the international group Starbucks. Thus, you have the guarantee that you won’t lack caffeine (matcha, tea or chocolate) during the long working days. The 1200 square meters of space was occupied until now by a Portuguese start-up Uniplaces, and now has two floors that can accommodcoate 160 people.

This space is ready to receive remote workers, digital nomads and anyone who wants to have a productive day, but on a different stage: in this case, in a space with a new and modern design, located in a historical building, with an investment of 400 thousand euros. Although the opening date had been slated for mid-December, to Wizz, the Heden group now points to the space opening in January 2022.

“The opening of our fifth space in this historic building in Rossio is another step towards establishing ourselves as the benchmark project for coworking spaces in the city of Lisbon,” explains Manuel Bastos, co-founder of Heden.

“The last 18 months have driven new ways of working and hybrid and flexible models are increasingly sought after by national and international companies and freelancers who do not dispense with a comfortable, sustainable, flexible and secure workspace,” he concludes, citing the newspaper “Expresso”.

For more information, just check out the official website of the Heden group.


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