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Co-Working Spaces

Co-working spaces are the perfect balance between working in a corporate environment and working from home with the comfort, amenities events and productivity they offer. Here are a list of Co-working spaces to suit every need and budget.

Please contact us to add to this list or have a more detailed listing for your co-working spaces.



Co-Working Spaces

Co-working spaces have witnessed a boom in the recent years in Singapore, to meet the demand for fuss-free, shared offices. From small cosy shophouses to multi-national establishments in business districts, remote workers and digital nomads have plenty of options to choose from. They are fast replacing the traditional offices with their chic and cosy working environment. Newly start-ups, entrepreneurs, influencers and many other people are drawn by the amazing amenities and perks that most co-working spaces have to offer.

Co-workers of diverse backgrounds work remotely together in a shared, communal setting, it is evident that co-working spaces boast a collaborative culture, which can be an innovative and great way to network.

With meteoric real estate rentals in Singapore, many start-ups and entrepreneurs choose to work out of these spaces as well. Co-working spaces also offer more flexible leases and you only pay for what you use and when you use.

Co-Working Spaces

80RR

Address: 80 Robinson Road, #08-01 Singapore 068898
Website: www.80rrfintech.com
Tel: +65 6228 6313

Clubco

Address: 25 Church Street, #02-02 Capital Square, Singapore 049482
Address: 19 Cecil Street, #04-00 The Quadrant, Singapore 049704
Tel: +65 6222 8662 / 6653 5300

Coqoons Coworking

Address: 3 Harbourfront Place, Harbourfront Tower 2, Level 11, Singapore 099254
Website: coqoons.com
Tel: +65 6350 5700

Found8

Address: Locations can be found at www.found8.com/Singapore
Website: www.found8.com
Tel: +65 9833 2434

Level3

Address: Mapletree Business City, 20 Pasir Panjang Road (East Wing) #03-22/24, Singapore 117439
Website: l3.work
Tel: +65 8755 1405

The Co.

Address: 99 Duxton, Singapore 089543
Address: 75 High Street, Singapore 179435
Website: jointhe.co
Tel: Duxton +65 6950 2730 / High Street +65 6595 6288

Tinkertank

Address: 50 Geylang Lorong 17 Level 3 Singapore 388570
Website: tinkertanksg.com
Tel: +65 8111 9618 / +65 8323 5505

The Working Capitol

Address: 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109
Website: theworkingcapitol.com
Tel: +65 6805 4050

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