Whether you're a freelancer or a start-up, these cool co-working spaces in Singapore will get you fired up and inspired.
Working from home in comfy PJs sounds like the ideal office situation, but it can also spell trouble when you’re trying to stay motivated and feel connected to a professional community. Resist the temptation to camp out at your local hipster cafe and check into well-equipped co-working spaces in Singapore. Goodbye procrastination, hello productivity!
Best co-working spaces in Singapore
1. Gather Cowork
Situated close to the CBD, this charming pet-friendly co-working space is surrounded by a multitude of fitness and lifestyle establishments. Made for the modern-day business owner, Gather Cowork gives you access to a host of workspace options, including fully-furnished studio offices, bespoke suites, and event spaces for any workshop or occasion. We love how its convenient location allows you to pop off for a quick midday yoga session when you need some time to destress!
Gather Cowork, #03-01, 22 Martin Road, Singapore 239058
2. The Cocoon Space
Convenience and creativity meet at The Cocoon Space. This co-working and event venue is perfect for those in the fashion and design community. Plus, it’s located at the top two levels of Design Orchard in the heart of Orchard Road. Check out the fixed offices and workstations – whatever suits your working needs. You’ll also have plenty of networking and interaction opportunities to expand creativity and foster innovation.
The Cocoon Space, #02-01, Design Orchard, 250 Orchard Road, Singapore 238905
3. The Co.
We adore the minimalist aesthetic of this lovely co-working space along Duxton Road. Located in a historic shophouse, it’s a warm and supportive space to work, host and network. Pick from a mix of live and virtual events to enrich your work life – just sign up for some of the in-house and curated programmes that range from culture-centred workshops to holistic wellbeing classes.
The Co., #02-00 and #03-00, 99 Duxton Road, Singapore 089543
If you’ve got “comfortable” and “conducive” at the top of your list in your search for a co-working space in Singapore, look no further than Cocre8. Choose from packages that range from on-demand workspaces to private spaces for teams to fixed desks. Its offices are also spacious enough so you never feel too boxed in. And they come with soft natural lighting to help cultivate your physical and mental well-being.
Cocre8, #08-02, International Building, 360 Orchard Road, Singapore 238869
5. The Workshop
A place for business and creativity, The Workshop is a great space to foster ideas and connect with like-minded individuals. It has flexible offerings and monthly plans for every need and budget. Want to see the space before making a commitment? No problem! The Workshop’s community managers are more than happy to give you a tour upon request – just make an appointment.
The Workshop, multiple locations including Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Merah and Lavender
6. Core Collective
Do you work as a fitness, health or wellness professional? Well, Core Collective is the one for you. Whether you need a yoga studio, rehabilitation space, or a comfortable consultation room, this place has everything you need. You’ll even have access to appointment booking systems, laundry and opportunities for brand exposure opportunities through Core Collective’s established marketing channels.
Core Collective, multiple locations including Anson Road and Dempsey Hill
With strategically-located offices peppered around the city, Ucommune is easily accessible and offers sophisticated and beautiful spaces that help you enhance your productivity and innovation. It also offers dynamic workspaces and a range of services that meet a variety of business needs. Need a short coffee break? You can chill out with a complimentary cup of tea or coffee in the pantry!
Ucommune, multiple locations including Bugis Junction and Suntec City
8. The Executive Centre
With co-working spaces that maximise functionality and ergonomics, The Executive Centre is a top choice for business professionals looking to take the office experience to the next level. Expect advanced infrastructure and unparalleled service, as well as plenty of opportunities to network and grow with like-minded individuals within the space. If you need a sneak peek, head to the website for a virtual tour.
The Executive Centre, multiple locations including Marina Bay and Suntec City
This unique co-working space brings together tech entrepreneurs, start-ups and ecosystem partners. It offers private office suites and dynamic hot desks in a 22,000 square feet space. You’ll have ample room and an equal amount of opportunities to connect with brands and individuals! Oh, and sign up for a variety of events, workshops and hackathons to spice up your working life.
Level3, #03-22/24, Mapletree Business City, 20 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 117439
Touting itself as a transformative place for transformative ideas, Coqoons provides a natural setting for inspiration and creativity. You can expect to find an ecosystem of like-minded people, in a community that engages, energises and encourages you to dream big. Whether you need a personal space just for you, or a collaborative workspace to fit as many as a hundred people, Coqoons has something for you!
Coqoons, Level 11, Tower 2, 3 Harbourfront Place, Singapore 099254
11. The Great Room
Most of us can only dream of an office as cosy as home. Good news for hot deskers! Your wish is granted, thanks to Asia’s first hospitality-inspired co-working space – and it’s right here in Singapore. The space boasts chic Mad Men-inspired interiors with its rich, tan colour palette, sumptuous leather sofas, sleek timbre desks and brass-finished shelves. You’ll be cared for here: complimentary brekkies (with freshly brewed Papa Palheta coffee – available all week) and 10-minute massages are available on Mondays. If you’re working late, a turndown cart makes its rounds to reward hard workers with warm cookies. Expect tons of office events like salon sessions over cocktails, masterclasses, wellness workshops and the like.
The Great Room, multiple locations including One George Street, Centennial Tower and Ngee Ann City
Be part of the sharing economy by snagging a work desk through MultiCo. This platform matches office workers, salespeople and entrepreneurs with under-utilised tables at various venues including restaurants, cafes, alfresco bistros, hotels and flexible co-working spaces. Why work from home when you can change up your workspace as you please? Plus, this remote working membership comes with a ton of perks! MultiCo’s “Clever Credit System” gives you “credits” to the value of your membership fee, each month. For every additional dollar you spend at a MultiCo venue, you receive 10 “points” through the MultiCo app.
Hop aboard to book a new space for working, meeting customers, or brainstorming with colleagues. You won’t have to worry about buying a drink to get a table or having your meetings cut short because you need to vacate the table. Fun fact: Google has approved MultiCo as a staff perk, enabling them to work from their desired spaces across Singapore.
13. Genius Central
Genius Central is a spacious cafe along Amoy Street, but there’s more than meets the eye! You’ll see people hard at work with their laptops out, or deep in business discussions over a cup of joe. This is a community designed to be a hub for entrepreneurs and digital nomads to meet and exchange ideas. Expect dedicated private dining, meeting and flexible event spaces to suit your needs.
Genius Central, #01-01, Far East Square, 7-13 Amoy Street, Singapore 049949
Are you looking for more flexibility in your work life? Workbuddy gives you access to Singapore’s largest network of co-working spaces including WeWork, The Hive, The Executive Centre and many more. Whether you need a professional workspace to meet clients, a shophouse vibe for creativity or simply a desk with a view – workbuddy gives you and your team more choice and flexibility. Try workbuddy for free and check out the Lite plan with five-day passes a month or the Unlimited plan for more options.
workbuddy, city-wide network with over 45 locations across Singapore
This homegrown venture prides itself on being more than your run-of-the-mill co-working space. Sure, it has a few workspaces around town, but it’s the innovation-centric ecosystem that makes it stand out. Apart from putting together a stellar office space in prime locations, it’s also a launchpad of sorts that really wants you to grow. Signing up gives you more than just a desk or unlimited coffee. You get access to a network of potential clients, mentors and collaborators. Plus, make connections with strategic advisors and coaches – they’ll even introduce you to a pool of investors and partners.
Found8, multiple locations including Amoy Street, High Street Centre and Tanjong Pagar
16. Just Co
Not content with being just a gorgeous co-working space, Just Co takes the competition up a notch with its entertainment factor. Meeting rooms and a well-stocked pantry aside, the breezy space is also home to a ping pong table and an arcade room for you to blow off steam after a long day of work. Also, bonus points for its central location amongst bars, gyms, fab restos and MRT stations.
Just Co, multiple locations including Marina Square, Raffles Quay, Robinson Road and MacDonald House
Leave it to the National Design Centre to house a fabulous and collaborative space for design-preneurs. Being a young designer with an eponymous label or a start-up is hard work, but Paperwork makes things better with a space that’s high on design and co-creation. We reckon it’s the perfect environment to cook up your next collaborative adventure!
Paperwork, #03-01, National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road, Singapore 188969
Imagine an office with cubicles, tight spaces and everyone at their individual desks. Now throw away that image and check out WeWork. The international company opened its 200th location at Beach Centre and it’s a visual treat. Littered with plants, cushy leather sofas, lots of natural light and pastel colours, it looks more like your dream house rather than a stuffy office space. And don’t get us started on the beautiful Robinson Road branch. All that gorgeous midcentury modern furniture makes the interior addict in us ultra happy. Those patterned, happy-hued carpets, curvy staircase, contemporary artworks and the much-appreciated phone booths add to the appeal, too!
WeWork, multiple locations including Beach Centre and Robinson Road
Creatives assemble at this hotspot in the East. Mox, from the word moxie, is the only working space on the list to have facilities such as 3D printers, laser cutters, specialised working stations equipped with design software and more. Located in Katong Point, the three-story facility has a retail space, workshop rooms and a co-working space that can accommodate up to 200 people.
Mox, #02-17, The [email protected], 71 Oxley Rise, Singapore 238698
Want to work in a smart office? Roomy desks (900 workstations), food (at Hans im Gluck) and competitive prices aside, the seven-story Distrii takes things to a new level by introducing a handsome helping of technology to co-working spaces. At the heart of it is the in-house Distrii mobile app – a cloud-based system for integrated business solutions. Yup, that single app is the key to the office, your locker, a video conference and meeting room booking tool, task and internal admin manager all rolled into one. Plus, you can make use of a special member-only platform with over 15k people to make meaningful connections, encourage collaboration and share resources.
Distrii, 9 Raffles Place, Republic Plaza, Singapore 048619
21. The Working Capitol
Housed in a historic Art Deco-style building along Keong Saik Road, The Working Capitol is a beautifully appointed co-working space in Singapore – complete with calming, minimalist decor and oodles of natural light. The amenities are nothing short of stellar, with an in-house cafe, screening rooms, private phone booths and even a beer garden for after-hours fun. Depending on your working needs, rates start from $150 for a Workspot. Meanwhile, the Robinson Road outlet is spread across eleven floors and is as conducive as its original location. Its custom-designed areas fit all sorts of working needs including quiet focus, recharging and collaboration. It’s also made to feel like a home away from home, with showers, a 20-metre lap pool, a gym as well as a cafe, restaurant and bar.
The Working Capitol, multiple locations including Keong Saik Road and Robinson Road
ClubCo truly is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered. Tucked away cosily on Cross Street, it ticks all the boxes. The modern concept space is kitted out with contemporary furniture and offers value-for-money membership packages. It’s open to anyone, from freelancers to consultants to the occasional office worker. With the aim to meet each member’s needs, ClubCo features office amenities that include high-speed Wi-Fi, smart TVs, a private phone booth, and co-working spaces available as both open-table concepts and private meeting rooms of various sizes. Plus, it boasts a convenient location at The Quadrant right beside Raffles Place MRT, with a rooftop space where you can relax and unwind.
ClubCo, #04-00, The Quadrant, 19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704
23. The Hive
Good news for frequent jetsetters: members are entitled to Hive Passports, which allows you access to all its other locations. Bonus if you’re a budding entrepreneur, as the space regularly hosts networking events ranging from informal drinks to specialised meet-ups. There’s also a MakerHive for the creative lot that combines workshops with special equipment and workspaces in a sprawling 7,000 sq ft space housed within the Hive Lavender.
The Hive, multiple locations including New Bridge Road and Lavender
24. The Co
It’s easy to see why The Co is so popular – its two locations boast major swank factor. Expect a winning workspace with breakout spaces, meeting rooms, and private offices for larger enterprises. We love the greenery, plus its abundance of natural light and chic interiors.
The Co, 99 Duxton Road, Singapore 089543
Hands up if you’re a working parent struggling to get the job done. Singapore’s first family-friendly co-working space is a godsend for harried mums and dads. The swish setup includes child-minding and learning facilities alongside varied work areas for different levels of privacy. Everything you need is here for a fruitful day of work: private offices for meetings and client calls, a sunny deck for socialising with like-minded parents, and a kitchenette with drinks and snacks. As for the little ones, there’s plenty to do including painting and sensory play.
Trehaus, #07-21 to #07-33, 109 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179097
Vibrant spaces, prime locations and an engaged community – Spaces has it all. So what sets it apart from the rest of the lot? Flexible plans: you can tailor-make contracts to suit your need. And what if inspo hits you at odd hours? Head to your desk at Spaces any time of the day, ‘cos it’s open 24 x 7. Perfect for people who work remotely with businesses on the other side of the globe. Conquer that time difference!
Spaces, multiple locations including Clarke Quay, Robinson and City Hall
27. Smart Space
With two studios under its wing, Smart Space is no minor player amongst co-working spaces in Singapore. Its Clementi location at Enclave Hostel is geared towards entrepreneurial students and young start-ups (yup, you can even slog overnight). But it’s the sprawling 8,000 sq ft Bras Basah locale that’s best suited for CBD bees, with meeting rooms, showers, kitchens and even a table tennis area. Rates are reasonable at $30 a day and up to $600 a month.
Smart Space,#03-32/36, 261 Waterloo Street, Singapore 180261
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