A Quick Guide to Singapore Co-Working Spaces And Their Rates

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April 9, 2018 4:52 PM SGT
Singapore’s flexible workplace market has seen a flurry of activity by co-working operators in recent times. Today, it is a sector in its own right and the proportion of office space occupied by co-working places is projected to reach 20% by 2020.
Over the past year, there has been expansion from local operators, JustCo and The Great Room, and we’ve also seen mainland Chinese operators enter the market.
Suffice to say that what started out as a market disruptor and an alternative to traditional offices is now a fundamental part of commercial real estate.
However, going through the list of available co-working spaces can be a mind-boggling experience. Scroll down to view a list of Singapore co-working spaces and their rates, and read on to provide a glimpse into what they have to offer.
1) Collision 8
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Image source: Collision 8
With panoramic views of Marina Bay Sands, Boat Quay and Fort Canning Park, Collision 8 is certainly no stuffy office. The 8,600 sq ft space on the eighth floor of High Street Centre even has a marble-topped bar, a wrap-around library and hydroponic micro-farms.
This co-working space offers hot desks, dedicated desks and private offices to a curated community of innovators from diverse backgrounds. They include Carousell, Ninja Van, Nest, Innosight Ventures and Next Money. In total, there are around 100 paid members, while another 600 form an invited community.
2) The Working Capitol
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The Working Capitol is one of the more popular co-working spaces in Singapore and frequently hosts events with speakers from companies like Facebook and Mashable. Its in-house café, The Daily Roundup, is known for its crepes and cakes. It sits on the first level and makes for an excellent meet-up spot.
Spanning five historic shophouses, The Working Capitol on Keong Saik houses companies ranging from start-ups to multinationals. They include...