Clock in to the coolest co-working spaces in Singapore

Lainey Loh
By Lainey Loh May 23, 2018 02:31

Clock in to the coolest co-working spaces in Singapore

IN SINGAPORE on a business trip with your team and you need a space to work? Got an important meeting and Starbucks is an ideal place?

Then you’re in luck because Singapore is home to some of the coolest co-working spaces in Asia.

What are co-working spaces? In a nutshell, it’s a shared workspace, much like an office.

But unlike a typical office, co-working space co-workers are not employed by the same organization.

Offering a solution to entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small businesses, these offices allow them to rent a space they can call their office and let them escape the distractions of working from home.

It’s also a pretty neat place to socialize and network with like-minded people who are also working independently.

These cool co-working spaces in Singapore will change the way you feel about going to work.

The Great Room

Taking co-working spaces to a whole new level, The Great Room first opened at One George Street in 2016.

“Though workplace styles change, our dedication to changing the way people feel about going to work never will. We set the stage for you to gather your ideas, to be inspired by others and to do great work,” The Great Room wrote on its website.

All 15,000 square feet of the space is New York’s Upper East Side luxury hotel-inspired, decked in a blue-tan color scheme and furnished with leather sofas.

The Great Room offers everything from cart carrying cookies and hot chocolate to complimentary Monday morning breakfasts.

There are also other office-like amenities such as hot-desks, private meeting rooms, kitchens, coffee and more.

Day pass: From SGD70 (US$52.25).

Monthly: SGD750 per month (US$559.78).

Address: The Great Room, #10-01, 1 George St, Singapore, 049145.

The Working Capitol

Taking over what once was an insurance building as well as five shophouses in Singapore’s charming Keong Saik Road, the space offers different types of work environments.

Whether you need a private office or a dedicated events venue, for your team or a quiet zone to work alone, the 33,000-square-foot The Working Capitol has it all.

“Productivity, buzz, and community are the words we most often hear used to describe the atmosphere in the space,” The Working Capitol wrote on its website.

It’s also home to a beer garden and The People Vs., a cafe that serves up an aromatic selection of coffees, teas, pastries, and more.

Need to take a quick shower? It’s got that facility. Hungry for some mid-day munchies? Head on over to its well-stocked pantry.

Day pass: From SGD53.50 (US$39.93).

Monthly: SGD872.05 per month (US$650.88).

Address: The Working Capitol, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore, 089109.

The Co.

Housed in an award-winning eight-story building right in the heart of downtown Singapore, the trendy space boasts a dark, glossy lobby that’s perfect for corporate parties but also to get those brain juices flowing at work.

From bright meeting rooms with a variety of capacities to a light-filled discussion space and a designated after-hours networking area, it’s the office of every minimalist’s dreams.

The space can accommodate a range of events; from mixers, team building and debates to launch parties and dinners.

“We built our first Co. here on High Street in 2013, right in the heart of downtown Singapore, around our philosophy to be a place for collaboration by bringing like-minded professionals together,” The Co. wrote on its website.

It’s located right next to vibrant entertainment areas such as Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, making it the perfect destination for work and play.

Minimalists will absolutely adore this co-working space. Source: The Co.

Day pass: From SGD45 (US$33.59).

Monthly: SGD600 per month (US$447.83).

Address: The Co., 75 High Street, Singapore, 179435.

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Lainey Loh
By Lainey Loh May 23, 2018 02:31
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