Co-working Space in Paris 7

Choose from over 5 locations in Paris 7.

A Regus co-working space is ideal for those requiring maximum flexibility.

Our hot desking solutions in Paris 7 are designed for agile working, allowing you to choose between a reserved or unreserved workspace, depending on your needs. A great option for freelancers, start-ups or SMEs, Regus co-working space in Paris 7 helps you to maximise productivity.
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Building at 140 bis, rue de Rennes in Paris

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Known for the Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde, Paris’ 8th arrondissement is a prime retail shopping hub.

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Known colloquially as the Louvre, 1st Arrondissement, an administrative district of Paris has access to its largest and busiest metro network.

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Also called Luxembourg, the 6th arrondissement hosts the Académie française and many important government and education buildings.

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Famous for Tour Montparnasse, the 15th arrondissement also hosts the Paris Expo and Beaugrenelle high rise commercial district.

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About co-working space in Paris 7

When considering coworking space in the 7th Arrondissement, review the broad selection available through Regus. The coworking approach facilitates a productive and effective working environment in a shared office setting, ideal for entrepreneurs, freelancers and other self-employed workers. These dynamic workspaces offer an economic way to access business grade facilities, while simultaneously providing you with a setting brimming with networking and creative opportunities. In all our locations, you can choose between securing a reserved desk for your everyday needs or hot desking to secure even greater savings. With a range of locations available, you will be able to find a space that meets your professional needs in a part of the district best suited to you.

Palais-Bourbon, the more stylistic name for Paris’s 7th Arrondissement, is a centrally located district at the heart of the French capital. In addition to being home to 58,000 Parisians, the quarter also boasts some of the city’s finest tourist attractions, including the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Musée d’Orsay and Musée Rodin. Situated on the left bank of the River Seine, this dynamic neighbourhood hosts a number of government bodies, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of National Education, in addition to several diplomatic embassies. It is exceedingly convenient to access via public transportation and many businesses already benefit from holding offices here, such as Air Liquide, Alcatel-Lucent and Valode & Pistre.

What’s available

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Desk space whenever you need on a first come, first served basis.

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Your own dedicated desk, with all the benefits of a full-time office in a shared office space.