Enterprise Centres
Partas manages four centres which cater to new and existing businesses from the area. 

Since its inception, Partas has always been at the heart of business incubation in Tallaght. Partas prides itself on increasing employment and fostering entrepreneurship in the South Dublin area. 

 

Partas manages 4 enterprise centres which are strategically placed in the 4 corners of Tallaght.  

 

These centres in partnership with their members offer a range of services to the communities in which they are based such as fitness classes, crèche facilities, artisan food companies, marketing agencies and much much more.

 

If you would like more information on the centres please contact:

 

Brookfield: rsynnott@partas.ie

Killinarden: dmccurtin@partas.ie

The Edge: hello@theedgedublin.com

Tallaght Enterprise Centre: jryan@partas.ie

Tallaght Enterprise Centre
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Partas, established in 1984 began its journey into enterprise development and training in this building, which began as an industrial building for ‘Telectron’ and within which the very first microchip in Ireland was produced. Following Telectron’s closure the building was operated as an enterprise centre by the IDA, from whom Partas eventually purchased it.
 
This is the first of the enterprise centres managed by Partas to provide affordable office and workspace to local entrepreneurs and businesses.  The Enterprise Centre, on Main Road has been the starting block of many successful businesses throughout the intervening years.

The premises is approximately 2400 mtrs2 and comprises a total of 30 office and workshops of various sizes to meet most requirements.

The Edge - Bolbrook

The Edge Dublin, (currently under construction) is an enterprise centre offering a flexible co-working space and private rental office space up to three people.

Located just beside the M50 in Tallaght, the Edge is immersed in a green area, an ideal location for entrepreneurs and startups looking for a professional but also friendly environment to run their businesses.

The Edge Dublin offers more than just office space, a community of diverse professionals is emerging with creativity and innovation being the unifying traits among them.
 

1998 saw the opening of the Brookfield Enterprise Centre in conjunction with many local business, corporate and social partners. It now hosts a number of businesses, enterprise and local community groups together with various training facilities.

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Killinarden Enterprise Park
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Killinarden Enterprise Park, opened in 2002 and comprises over 1850 square meters of enterprise, office and training space. 

 

There are 30 individual units which are situated within 6 stand alone buildings. 

 

There are also 20 offices of various sizes in the Main Building. 

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