We recently attended the launch of the Edmund Avenue Cottages Coworking Space, a modern and creative work environment in the heart of Unley, South Australia. Thanks to a partnership between the State Government and the City of Unley, the historic cottages on the corner of Rugby Street and Edmund Avenue have been transformed into a vibrant coworking space, offering private offices, dedicated desks, meeting rooms, phone booths, and breakout areas to suit different business needs.
The launch event on Thursday 16 March was attended by Hon Justin Hanson MLC (representing the State Govt), Hon David Pisoni MP (Member for Unley), Michael Hewitson AM (Mayor of Unley), and Shaun Lyon (Director of Little City Coworking), among others. The event included formalities and a tour of the facilities, highlighting the benefits of the coworking space for local businesses, such as collaboration, productivity, and affordability.
The Edmund Avenue Cottages Coworking space offers a comfortable and professional work environment with a creative atmosphere and natural light, surrounded by excellent cafes, parks, and close to schools, shops, and transport corridors. The location in this vibrant neighbourhood alleviates the need for businesses to commute to the CBD to work, but is also close enough for easy CBD access if required. Designed for a variety of business types and sizes, such as freelancers, startups, or small businesses, the Little City Coworking workspaces are flexible and although this location is new, already houses approximately 30 businesses. This hub of innovation and creativity is supported by the GigCity high speed and affordable internet connection, to help South Australian businesses develop leading edge ideas, create new opportunities and access global markets.
To learn more about the Edmund Avenue Cottages Coworking space and how to join, visit
To find out more about GigCity fast internet, visit www.gigcity.com.au