Work doesn’t have to be dull or stressful when you have the option of being at a co-working space. Here you can network with people beyond your industry, and be productive in an environment that’s different from your usual space. Sometimes that’s all it takes for the best ideas to come to fruition. For an idea on where to plan your next brainstorming session or meeting, check out these Top 10 Co-Working Spaces in Singapore.
Their flagship space may be located on Singapore’s most well-known streets – Orchard Road, but Spacemob promises you a co-working space that’s intimate enough for you to get work done, yet accessible enough for it to be found. The design of the space is a key element here, with an aesthetic that is modern and appealing to encourage creativity. Several plans are available, such as monthly passes, 5 or 10-day passes, Flex Space, Fixed Desk and Private Office options. Get in touch with them via their website to book a tour.
2) The Working Capitol
The team behind The Working Capitol recognize the power of a space and how what is in it can inspire change and productivity, which is why the facilities and appearance of the place is extremely important and well thought out. Those who sign up for workspace/workspot and workdesk memberships will even be eligible for access to the space 24/7. Those who have different memberships may access the space from Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 6pm.
3) Trehaus Cowork
Parents, rejoice! Trehaus Cowork is here to settle one challenge working parents often face, with their child-friendly place. Yes, here you can focus on your work while your kids are safe and sound at the Trehaus Atelier located within. Infants are also welcome, and meals are provided. Membership packages are available according to your various needs. If you don’t have kids, fret not, there are workspaces that are for adults only, so you can focus on your work.
JustCo wants to help you “make work better” whether you are a freelancer, startup, small business, or even a large company. They have two co-working locations available currently, with one in Raffles Quay and another on Robinson Road. Options for rent include basic, unlimited or dedicated desks, or if you prefer, you can opt for access to a dedicated studio.
5) Woolf Works
Quietness is a virtue, particularly to those who desperately need to focus on their work. Woolf Works is the perfect place to get a dose of that. What’s more, this space was created by women, for women. This place is the first of its kind in South East Asia. While men can definitely visit as guests, membership is exclusively for the ladies. They’ve also partnered with other organizations, so signing up as a member gets you additional perks. Their minimalist themed space is also equipped with a library, and members can borrow books home too.
6) PlusConcept SPACE
If working stylishly yet professionally is what you need, check out PlusConcept SPACE. With multiple spots located along Purvis Street (they have partner locations too for added facilities), you can opt for a private desk, private office, flexible desk without a membership. Day passes are also available, as are meeting rooms and HOIIO Phone facilities. Membership options include starter, basic, and office plans.
7) The Co. Singapore
Currently, The Co. has two locations in Singapore. One is on High Street, which is their very own 8 storey building, providing ample space for those who need it. Their second location is at Duxton, which is enhanced with natural greens surrounding the space, and is right smack in the middle of a neighbourhood that has many options for meals and shopping. Plan options include daily passes, Flex Desk, Fixed Desk, Booths and Private Suites.
8) The Hive Singapore
The Hive is located on New Bridge Road and is open Mondays to Fridays, from 8am to 8pm. Daily, Part-Time and Full-Time hot desks are available at The Hive, and also workstations and full office units. In addition, meeting spaces, pantries and lounges are also on-site. Special rates are available for writers, young entrepreneurs, social enterprises and start-ups, so drop them a line if you need a space but don’t necessarily have the resources. The Hive has a presence in other countries throughout Asia, and there are plans to expand further.
At Workhouse, you’ll be able to get a space no matter what your needs are. Just check out their membership plans, which are categorized as Citizen, Crasher, Companion, and Communal respectively, so facilities available will differ according to which plan you select. They are located at Upper Weld Road, which is easily accessible via public transport. You’ll be happy to know that there are many restaurants available nearby as well, so you have lots of food options. Accounting and secretarial services are also provided in-house.
10) Hub Singapore
The Hub is a “community of entrepreneurs, creatives and techies”, and if you fit into this category you’ll be happy to know that signing up as a member gets you access to over 75 other co-working Hubs all over the world. You will also be able to attend networking events. If you prefer to work at early or later hours, The Hub is a great place for you, as it opens from 6.30 am and closes at 11pm, 7 days a week. There is also a café on-site, so you can get your caffeine fix while you work.