The Work Project moves towards flexible workspaces with business club amenities

The Work Project has unveiled MARK, a luxury business club only for C-suite executives in Capital Tower (Pictures: The Work Project)
Co-working operator The Work Project (TWP) has opened a new, 44,132 sq ft exclusive business club on the 20th floor of Capital Tower on March 4, named MARK. It accompanies a 11,000 sq ft Innovation Hub on the 24th level of the tower, with venues for workshops, training and conferences of up to 120 people.
On top of demand for conventional office space and a growing requirement for sizeable flexible workspaces, corporate tenants want amenity spaces like MARK, says Junny Lee, founder and CEO of TWP. “Through discussion and survey of our customers, we found that there is an unmet need from senior executives to have an exclusive and private gathering space,” he adds.
Created in collaboration with award-winning design studio HASSELL, MARK offers a variety of luxury spaces that TWP envisions senior corporate executives may need throughout their workday. There are a selection of private rooms with custom-designed furniture that can be used to host business meetings, exclusive events or celebrations.
“We're very fortunate to have partnered with CapitaLand, because we found a partner where our strategic goals are completely aligned," says Lee. (Picture: Albert Chua/The Edge Singapore)
TWP has also partnered with Proof & Co to offer a complementary F&B menu at MARK. “This is a club exclusively to the C-suites and senior execs of CapitaLand’s customers in Capital Tower,” says Lee.
In Capital Tower, monthly hot desk membership rates will start from $395, while private offices from $800 per desk. In Asia Square 2, hot desks start from $495, with private office from $800 per desk.
C-Suite tenants within The Work Project and CapitaLand commercial properties will also enjoy a one-year complimentary access to MARK, based on an application process.
Joint venture with CapitaLand
In October last year, CapitaLand invested $27 million for a 50% stake in TWP, which at the time ran two co-working spaces in Singapore and another in Hong Kong. TWP still manages those spaces: in Singapore, they are the flagship...