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Hot Off the Press! Brand New Coworking Spaces Launching in 2019

2019 is an exciting year in the world of coworking. Some of the biggest coworking brands and property developers are launching new flexible initiatives that cater to the needs of startups, small businesses, and even large enterprises. We’ve previously talked about how MNCs and corporates could benefit from corporate coworking spaces. Not only can they save businesses a great deal on costs, they also allow companies to build their networks and expand their team at low risk. While most coworking spaces in Singapore still cater to smaller headcounts, we’re beginning to see corporates move their entire team to a coworking space. Our coworking case study on Lendlease is a prime example of a large business who set up shop in a coworking space and achieved positive results. This year, the Lendlease case will no longer be an exception, as several new coworking spaces are launching that cater specifically to larger teams, with private offices that can suit teams of 50 to 100 to even 200!

Here’s a quick run down of the new coworking spaces launching this year:

1.  Paya Lebar Serviced Office (PLQ)


Lendlease set up their headquarters in a coworking space back in 2017, and now, the big property developer is setting up its own coworking space at Paya Lebar — Paya Lebar Serviced Office (PLQ). This space will be part of an larger, mixed-use development cluster known as Paya Lebar Quarter.

This up-and-coming city precinct will be home to three Grade A office buildings. This new coworking space alone will comprise a whopping 72,000 square feet, taking up two entire floors of the third office tower (PLQ3). As one of the first coworking spaces in Asia specifically catered to enterprises, this space has private offices for teams of 50 to 100 pax. These spaces are all fully-fitted, packed with ergonomic furniture, biophilic design elements, and more.

This space ultimately aspires to be more than just a workspace. This space caters to the needs and well-being of its members, offering health and wellness programs, corporate innovation workshops, as well as a social app to enhance a sense of community.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here.

2.  Cecil Street Coworking


Based out of Hong Kong, Cecil Street Coworking is a well-known coworking brand in Asia and is finally launching its first location in Singapore. Located along Cecil Street, it will be the first space in Singapore to offer 16 floors worth of coworking space! Each floor in this 85,000-sqft-space will feature industry-specific initiatives and amenities.

As a creative lifestyle-oriented space, it offers members luxurious amenities like a gym, stocked pantry spaces, and even a rooftop swimming pool! True to its name, this coworking space aims to not only support businesses with their innovation goals, but to also become a hub for people to share their life’s stories and adventures with one another.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here (now defunct).


3.  Robinson Road Capital Tower Coworking


This coworking space is known for its luxurious interiors, and this new space in Capital Tower is no exception. Not only does this location offer workspace, it also includes an exclusive business club for members to network with some of the region’s top C-suite executives. Businesses must have rented out a private office for at least 5 pax to receive an invitation to this club, which is stocked with high-end cocktails and F&B options.

Level 24 is a dedicated innovation hub that can be used for meetings, trainings, and workshops, among other functions. Members get free access to 4-pax meeting rooms, all of which feature the award-winning design that The Work Project brand is known for.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here.

4.  Collyer Quay Coworking


Adding another space to its diverse roster of coworking locations in Singapore – this time, at Raffles Place, arguably the best area in the CBD. Opening in April, this space is nestled at one of the premier Grade A buildings in town, offering a stunning high-floor view of the Marina Bay waterfront precinct. As with their other coworking locations, members can expect a dynamic and cozy working environment complete with curated events and regular networking sessions.

Within the space, businesses can enjoy a variety of breakout spaces, creative design elements, and plenty of in-house greenery that make the place feel like home.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here.

5.  Capitol Piazza Coworking Spaces


A global coworking brand based out of Sweden, this space is about to take its first step into the Asian market with a flagship location at Capitol Piazza. This space offers a cosmopolitan business club, where members can take part in exclusive product launches and indulge in luxury amenities. Due to its location in a mall, this space also offers members invitations to wine and dine options in both Capitol Piazza and the neighbouring hotel.

Private offices are available for smaller teams of 4-8 pax. In line with their other global offerings, it aims to become an integrated business and lifestyle hub.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here.

6.  Somerset Coworking




These coworking spaces are operated by one of Singapore’s leading serviced office providers. With locations currently at City Hall and Clarke Quay, the brand is set to launch three more offerings at Somerset, the up-and-coming Paya Lebar Quarter, and Raffles Place. Professional interiors, sleek design and ample networking opportunities are elements common across all their locations.

The new location at 111 Somerset gives members easy access to a luxury shopping complex, occupied by big names like Gucci, Samsonite and Casio. This location is a great hotspot for bars and other F&B attractions. It will likewise be opening its doors at another shopping complex, Raffles Mall, which occupies arguably the best location in the CBD.

Lastly, Paya Lebar Serviced Office (PLQ) will not be the only coworking space launching at Paya Lebar Quarter. Whereas Paya Lebar Serviced Office (PLQ) will cater specifically to enterprise clients, Somerset Coworking will address the needs of startups and small businesses looking for professional, and yet flexible workspace solutions.

7.  OUE Downtown Coworking – High Floor


Based out of China, this operator is one of the coworking giants dominating the Asian market. In Singapore, two branches already exist in the startup cluster of Ayer Rajah Crescent and in the integrated business hub of Suntec City. This March, it plans to unveil its flagship location at OUE Downtown, which lies at the heart of Singapore’s financial district.

In the same vein as their other spaces, this location prides itself on being a tech-savvy space that offers affordable desks and private offices for SMEs. Given its location at OUE, this space especially caters to a more high-end, corporate crowd. Members at this space get access to the other spaces and networks both regionally and across the world.

Browse photos and learn more about this space here.

Final Thoughts

When it comes to flexible space, 2019 is the year to look out for. Not only are brand new coworking spaces on the rise, but some of them also offer perks unique to the Singapore market, including private offices for large enterprises and exclusive business clubs. We’re excited to see these new players shake up the game and continue elevating the standards for what it means to have the perfect space.

Interested in these new spaces? You can browse 360 panos and HD photos of all the coworking spaces in Singapore through GorillaSpace. For every workspace that you book through us, you get a cashback reward worth up to 20% of 1 month’s rent. T&Cs apply. Contact us now at+65 8817 9170 for a personalised conversation or drop us an email at support@gorillaspace.co.

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