24 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Singapore

Own an independent business or startup? Manisha Dhalani compiles a list of hip coworking spaces that you can check out and work from.

To meet the demand for fuss-free, shared offices, coworking spaces have started mushrooming around Singapore. Research has it that the square footage of coworking spaces in Singapore has doubled from 2017 to 2018.

From small cosy shophouses to multi-national establishments in business districts, remote workers and digital nomads have plenty of options to choose from.

1. 21 Moonstone

Workspace by day, hangout at night – this is what the founders (one of whom is a member of popular Singaporean band The Sam Willows), had in mind when they started 21 Moonstone.

Moonstone is the it-space if you’re looking to work alongside creatives and hustlers under one roof to do great work and enjoy cheap drinks.

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2. The Bridge

Located at Science Park Drive, The Bridge is a 20,000 square feet space made up of co-working sections as well as a social hub and theatre-style rooms where you can host events.

The Bridge, as the name goes, is indeed the perfect place where work meets community in a space that’s wide, inviting and motivating all at the same time.

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3. Carrot Patch

This vibrant workspace heralds itself as a hub for talents and businesses in the field of AI and technology, but it really isn’t as geeky as it sounds.

With amenities like a sauna, steam room and even a foosball table, you can be assured that the good folks at Carrot Patch understand the need to inject fun in everything hustlers do – and that too, at rock-bottom rates.

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4. ClubCo

Are you one of those people who need to constantly munch while working? Then ClubCo might be the place for you.

Not only can you enjoy using ClubCo’s cutting-edge workspaces, function areas and collaborative spaces with your tailored membership, you can also redeem food, coffee and even printing and scanning services.

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5. Club Coco Nut

Here we have the mother (no pun intended) of all spaces.

Offering a wide range of areas, Club Coco Nut is the answer for parents who not only want a coworking space to get work done, but also a space that is kid-friendly and engaging. Book their common and creative spaces for birthday parties, drama performances, yoga, martial arts and more.

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6. Collective Works

This award-winning coworking space located in the heart of the CBD was once the place-to-be for several big brands.

To allow you to get the most comfortable and affordable package, Collective Works allows you to combine different tiered membership perks to get the flexibility you need to grow your business.

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7. Core Collective

Designed for fitness trainers and wellness professionals, Core Collective’s shared space is ideal for those who want to work hard and get fit at the same time.

Tables and chairs have been cleared to make way for treatment beds, a boxing ring and even a flexible space for fitness junkies to conduct yoga classes and fitness boot camps.

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8. Distrii

Distrii – situated in the Central Business District – features six levels of workstations (all 900 of them!) and team spaces, all under one roof.

Hailed as the largest coworking space in Singapore, it provides facilities of varying sizes plus a café and event areas that are affordable and convenient to access thanks to their proprietary app of the same name.

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9. The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre has redefined your expectations of what makes a contemporary and flexible workspace.

With multiple locations in Singapore, each coworking area allows a new look at how people work, thanks to its modern interiors and top-notch convenience in booking their facilities via your mobile phone.

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10. Found8

Formed by the merger between Found. and Collision8, Found8 is a game-changing force for innovators looking to network with peers while working in beautiful spaces.

With five locations across Singapore, their membership programmes are not only affordable but also give you first-hand access to curated events and an international networking circle.

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11. The Great Room

Dubbed one of the world’s coolest offices, The Great Room offers a classy environment to those who enjoy working in a grand setting.

Influenced by the sophisticated ambience of hotel lobbies, this spectacular coworking space – located along George Street – offers amazing amenities including private phone booths and weekly social networking sessions on top of different membership plans.

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12. The Hive

Becoming a member at any one of The Hive’s four locations in Singapore comes with a truckload of benefits. These include access to their worldwide locations, as well as social, learning and networking events.

Located away from bustling corporate skyscrapers, the various spaces offer conducive working environments for entrepreneurs.

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13. JustCo

With more than ten locations around Singapore, JustCo offers premium and flexible coworking spaces to freelancers, startups, small business or even large companies.

Their fuss-free pricing options come with a hotdesk, dedicated desk or studio space with access to meeting rooms, events and other perks.

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14. LEVEL3

Connected to Unilever’s headquarters, LEVEL3 focuses on bringing together startups with the mission of addressing “billion dollar problems” in this world.

Aside from working spaces and events, it also provides business and collaboration opportunities with their list of partners in a startup-friendly ecosystem.

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15. Mox

Looking for a coworking space to fuel your creative juices? With facilities like a photography studio, sewing room, art gallery and even wood working areas, Mox at Joo Chiat is the place to be.

Mox is an affordable solution that allows creative entrepreneurs to collaborate and showcase their work through workshops, pop-up events and art galleries.

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16. OneSpace

OneSpace, located in Ubi, is a fuss-free, low-cost shared coworking space with basic needs you need for working in a shared area.

A small, cosy space with about 30 seats, OneSpace offers a variety of packages for individuals looking for flexible or dedicated desks, or for teams looking for a private room or meeting area.

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17. Paperwork

Housed in the National Design Centre (NDC), Paperwork is an alternative solution for creatives looking to innovate and collaborate with like-minded entrepreneurs.

What’s fascinating about this co-creation space is the availability of the Materials Library where you can access swatches and samples from partner merchants to boost your creativity.

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18. Trehaus

Combine your work days with play dates for your children in one location – Trehaus, located in Orchard.

This family-friendly coworking space has dedicated spaces with child-friendly services as well as adult-only workspace zones, meeting rooms and event spaces where you can get your work done while still being close to your child.

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19. WeWork

The name WeWork has become synonymous with coworking spaces in recent times thanks to its fast expansion not only in Singapore but also across the world.

While WeWork offers shared spaces for individuals, it also offers a range of spaces for bigger teams and even whole offices with a team of over 100 people.

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20. workbuddy

Undecided where you want to work or which establishment is most deserving of your membership? With workbuddy, you’re relieved of the pressure of committing to just one coworking space.

Founded a year ago by Gaurav Joshi, this app gives you access to over 30 of the top coworking spaces in Singapore with a flexible monthly membership, so you can have a taste of different working environments.

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21. The Working Capitol

The Working Capitol is located along a stretch lined by Keong Saik’s charming heritage shophouses.

Providing office solutions to startups and multinationals, it fosters a community spirit amongst its members in a contemporary Scandinavian-type of setting. Communal dining during lunchtime is something you can look forward to here.

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22. WorkCentral

This large and vibrant yet conducive coworking space offers members an amazing selection of spaces from your regular hot desks to team suites, plus a dining hall, brew house, reading room and an annex.

Located at Clemenceau Avenue, WorkCentral provides the best of the best with affordable rates and perks such as administrative services and events management.

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23. Workhouse

The people at Workhouse designed the coworking space for startups and small businesses to get together and foster collaboration between a community of driven entrepreneurs.

Located in the heart of Little India, Workhouse provides spaces for individuals to give attention to their tasks at hand with the chance to mingle with at discussion pavilions, lounge or pantry.

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24. The Work Project

Clean open spaces with contemporary and ergonomic furniture is just the tip of what The Work Project provides its members.

With four centrally-located branches in Singapore, it also gives members access to perks such as business grade internet, a gourmet pantry and other lifestyle events and services.

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