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List of Co-Working Spaces in Metro Manila

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A lot of freelance professionals or Raketeers enjoy the comforts of working from home. There are certainly a lot of benefits to it such as being able to work in one’s pajamas or not having to commute to work day in and day out.

However, there are also days when we crave to work somewhere else. Sometimes we just need a change of scenery or maybe we need access to faster Internet connection or a place to meet with a client. In those cases, co-working spaces are the answer.

The next time you need to get out of the house to work, check out this list of co-working spaces in Metro Manila.

 

 

Impact Hub Manila

 

5th Floor Green Sun, 2285 Chino Roces Ave. Extension, Makati City

Impact Hub Manila is one of the latest co-working spaces that has opened up in the city, launched only in 2015. It boasts of having over 11,000 members in more than 68 Impact Hubs across the world. They promise to provide inspiring and flexible co-working and meeting spaces for both private and public events. Memberships are available depending on the number of hours preferred. Huge discounts apply to those who acquire memberships for 6 months or more.

Co-working provides many benefits for freelance professionals or entrepreneurs. Aside from the free-flowing coffee, high-speed internet, and comfortable office furniture among others, co-working gives an opportunity for people to connect and to collaborate. Check out these co-working places next time you feel like working away from home for a change.

 

Co.lab

3/F Unit 301 #3 Brixton Street, Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City

Co.Lab encourages co-working, connecting and collaborating by providing a professional working environment with all the amenities of an office. Part-time or full-time passes are available including solo and group rates. Aside from that, they organize regular monthly events for their members to encourage a stronger community of collaborators.

 

A Space Manila

110 Legazpi st., Legaspi Village, Makati City

Conveniently located right across Greenbelt, A Space claims to be Manila's leading community for co-working, events and private headquarters. More than just providing people with a creative work area, A Space can help you if you need an assistant, need legal advice or other type of service. They offer a variety of packages too depending on your needs, whether if it's just for a day pass or for a monthly small team hub pass.

 

O2 Space

Unit 330 Milelong Building, Amorsolo St., Bgy. Pio del Pilar, Makati City

O2 Space provides temporary spaces designed to be breathable and conducive for you to become a success. They have various office sizes, packages and amenities to suit your needs. You can avail of just a work station, a serviced office or even a virtual office. They also offer a whole range of support and add-on services to keep you comfortable and help you succeed.

 

Manila Coworking

EDSA Beverage Design Studio, 209 CLMC Bldg., EDSA, Mandaluyong City

Manila Coworking aims to be the cure for the common cube by providing a co-dependent atmosphere that thrives on connections. They believe that co-working is not about the space but about the people. With rates as low as Php 400 for a day pass, freelance professionals and entrepreneurs can benefit from a collaborative, open office located within the EDSA Beverage Design Studio.

 

vOffice

Level 10-1 Fort Legend Tower, 31st St. & 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

vOffice is short for Virtual Office. They offer serviced offices, meeting and conference facilities, premium work or desk spaces and event spaces for rent. You can choose from three monthly plans depending on your requirements. What's great about them is that they're conveniently located in 4 locations in Metro Manila, with 2 in Makati and 2 at the Bonifacio Global City.

Co-working provides many benefits for freelance professionals or entrepreneurs. Aside from the free-flowing coffee, high-speed internet, and comfortable office furniture among others, co-working gives an opportunity for people to connect and to collaborate. Check out these co-working places next time you feel like working away from home for a change.

 

 

Written by our very own Janice Lim! Check out her profile!