It seems like everyone and their team is in a co-working space these days, and for good reason. Singapore’s co-working scene is exploding with stylish options, each more well-armed with smart tools, lavish amenities, and lifestyle perks than the last. Whether you’re a creative or tech-preneur, a freelancer or startup, you can be sure of finding a conducive home away from home. So ditch the cafe-hopping or laptop-in-bed routine – these are the best co-working spaces in Singapore to be productive in style!
Distrii is redefining the smart workplace, and we’re all for it. Their in-house cloud-based system is your team’s one-stop tool for video conferencing, admin management, member networking, and meeting room booking – talk about convenience! Besides their power-packed app, there’s plenty else to love about this sleek space. Mellower Coffee and burger bar Hans Im Glück are among the in-house dining options, and their spacious venues are always hopping with fun events.
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$550/month, while private office options start from S$1500/month.
Distrii Singapore is located at Republic Plaza, Level 6, 9 Raffles Place, Singapore 048619, p. +65 6932 5288.
Gorgeous decor is all well and good, but what sets SPECTRUM apart is its support for professional growth. SPECTRUM’s members-only app connects you with thought leaders and networking events in various industries, creating a vibrant ecosystem for startups to thrive. The workspace design is also plenty ergonomic, thanks to Herman Miller furniture, standing desk options, and well-stocked break areas. Check out our full review of SPECTRUM here.
Rates: Flexi membership starts from S$175/month, while Resident membership starts from S$600/month.
SPECTRUM is located at 3 Fraser St, #05-21 DUO Tower, Singapore 189352, p. +65 6911 4588.
The Hive New Bridge Road
Membership at the Hive Singapore gives you a free ‘passport’ to its sister hubs in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei, Vietnam, Japan, and even Australia – handy if you’re a regional jetsetter. The New Bridge Road space is a great joy to work at – it’s got a cosy rooftop cafe, a full calendar of buzzy events, and the best of Clarke Quay’s dining scene a hop away. With four floors of well-lit spaces and custom-made wood furniture, you’ll have no trouble finding the right spot to hunker down and get productive.
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$30/day, while private office options start from S$1200/month.
The Hive Singapore is located at 59 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059405, p. +65 6532 2119.
The Hive Lavender
Perched atop the sleek Vanguard Campus Building, The Hive Lavender boasts all the benefits of its city counterpart, but with a more specific audience: creative folk, from designers and architects to photographers and bloggers. It’s designed to meet the unique needs of makers, with dedicated photography studios, design workshops, 3D printers, and other facilities you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Filled with pale tones and natural light, it’s a lovely place to find your creative spark. Check out our full review here.
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$210/month, while private office options start from S$800/month.
The Hive Lavender is located at 1 Kallang Junction, Singapore 339263, p. +65 6291 7861.
The Great Room
The Great Room touts itself as Asia’s first hospitality-inspired co-working space, and we really have to agree. Their jaw-dropping workspaces might remind you of a chic hotel lobby, each graced with luxurious timbre desks, brass finishings, and rich leather sofas that you just want to sink into. Start your day right with complimentary brekkies and fresh-brewed cuppas all week, along with a special Breakfast Club session to kick off Mondays. And what’s this we heard about a turn down cart with warm cookies and hot chocolate at night?
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$750/month, while private office options start from S$2500/month.
If you like working with glorious South China Sea views, then KLOUD at Keppel Bay Tower is for you. This workplace is crafted to look and feel like a living space (albeit a very stylish one). There’s a dark-panelled study with cosy knick-knacks, a mini library that serves as a meeting room, and even a private nap room to recharge your batteries. Perhaps KLOUD’s most spectacular feature, though, is its smart mobile app, which lets you book your meeting room, unlock the door, as well as send invitations to and sign in your guests with your phone alone. Check out our full review here.
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$200/month, while private offices are subject to quote.
KLOUD is located at 1 HarbourFront Ave, #13-03 Keppel Bay Tower, Singapore 098632, p. +65 6208 8888.
When you’ve got the moxie, you gotta MOX. This colorful triple-level hotspot in Katong is developed for creatives to thrive in a vibrant communal space. Facilities include 3D printers, laser cutters, sewing machines, wood-working spaces, and other top-notch tools for makers. If you’d like to get your work discovered by people, their retail studios and art gallery offer easy showcase solutions. And since being a creative is all about the night owl life, did we mention they’ve got overnight sleep pods too?
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$300/month, while private office options start from S$500/month.
MOX is located at Katong Point, 451 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427664, p. +65 8482 7876.
Plush, pet-friendly, and pretty in pink, Gather Cowork is for those seeking wellness in the workplace. You won’t find cramped hotdesks here – its three-storey space houses an elegant range of furnished offices and bespoke suites, offering privacy for teams of up to 40. Membership comes with a whole array of lifestyle perks, thanks to Gather’s tie-ups with trendy dining and fitness spots along Robertson Quay. Check out our full review of Gather Cowork here.
Rates: Membership per pax is priced at S$900/month.
Gather Cowork is located at 22 Martin Rd, #03-01, Singapore 239058, p. +65 6736 7222.
Set in the heart of City Hall, The Company (formerly District6) is a buzzy hub for the tech and startup community. Its space is just as minimalist as its name – all pale wood, floor-to-ceiling windows, and monochrome furnishings. For your crunch time work, their quiet zone with high-resolution monitors is seriously conducive; head to the comfy lounge for team meetings over specialty Japanese brews by in-house cafe Kurasu Coffee. To nurture budding tech-preneurs, The Company also hosts regular panel discussions and networking sessions with industry experts.
Rates: Flex desk options start from S$250/month, while private office options start from S$2200/month.
The Company Singapore is located at Odeon Towers, #02-01, 331 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188720, p. +65 6914 2677.
The Working Capitol
A sprawling shophouse space along trendy Keong Saik Road, The Working Capitol is an oasis of calm light and conducive work nooks. Handy amenities include ample storage cabinets, private phone booths, and shower facilities. With its prime location, you’ll have no end of lunch and nightlife options to choose from – and for some team fun, there’s always the in-house Beer Garden.
Rates: Hotdesk options start from S$255/month, while private office options start from S$760/month per pax.
The Working Capitol is located at 1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109, p. +65 6805 4050.
They say you should never eat where you work – that is, unless you’re at ClubCo. With a focus on bringing together work and lifestyle, ClubCo is the only co-working space where membership fees are redeemable for partner F&B services. Start with a free seven-day trial to check out their cosy spaces across town – before you know it, you’ll be a co-working convert. Check out our full review here.
Rates: Day passes start from S$50, while membership starts from S$500/month.
When you join WeWork, you tap into a global network of workspaces that extends far beyond its (already numerous) Singapore branches. It’s pretty handy to be able to work anywhere you go, even more so when each office is like a home away from home – free micro-roast coffee and fruit water, collaboration-friendly layouts, and exciting professional and social events. Their goal is to humanise the concept of work, and we’d say they’re doing a good job.
Rates: Variable by location.
Top Image: The Great Room