JustCo opens two co-working spaces in Jakarta

Home-grown co-working operator Just- Co has opened two new co-working spaces in Jakarta, marking its first foray into Indonesia. Located at AIA Central and The Plaza Office Tower, the co-working spaces occupy 17,222 sq ft and 20,990 sq ft respectively.
JustCo in The Plaza Office Tower occupies 20,990 sq ft. (Pictures: JustCo)
The co-working space at AIA Central is located within the Sudirman Business District, and features a mother’s room, phone rooms and quiet pods. Meanwhile, the design of the workspace at The Plaza Office Tower in Central Jakarta features wood elements, rattan baskets, weaved swing chairs and lush greenery. Facilities include a café, hot-desking area, meeting rooms, an event space and collaboration corners.
JustCo hopes to attract technology companies, fintech firms, online retailers and local start-ups, which are the primary occupiers of co-working spaces in the city. These businesses “are constantly seeking offices that offer a platform with ample room for growth, knowledge sharing and partnership opportunities,” says Kong Wan Sing, JustCo’s founder and CEO.
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The breakout area at JustCo's newest co-working space in The Plaza Office Tower, Jakarta
With the opening of these two spaces in Jakarta, JustCo now has 23 co-working spaces in Asia, including its newest leases in Singapore at 20 Collyer Quay and China Square Central. The co-working operator will open a third location in Jakarta at Sequis Tower by the end of March next year, which will also be its flagship centre in the country.
In May this year, property giant Frasers Property, Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and JustCo jointly invested $237.7 million to support JustCo’s expansion into markets such as Greater China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Australia and India.