A recent report titled ‘Flexible Space in Asia Pacific‘ by commercial property moguls JLL reveals that the greatest growth market for the shared office sector so far this year is Asia Pacific. The supply of flexible workspace in the region has skyrocketed by 36 per cent, surpassing both Europe and the US.
Reduced costs, flexibility and the fact that corporate companies are buying into the coworking concept are some of the principle factors driving the demand for flexible workspace across the continent. At Office Freedom, we list workspaces all over the world (130 countries to be exact), and thought what better way to celebrate the growth of the industry in this part of the world than though a humble listicle.
Selecting just 10 workspaces was a tricky endeavor, but we got there in the end…
Situated in the Minato-ku region of the city, this flexible workspace is dressed to impress and is a popular business hub for some of Japan’s best innovators and entrepreneurs.
Recent government efforts to deregulate the economy in Indonesia have made Jakarta attractive to businesses in Asia Pacific and this Grade A office space is ready to accommodate those who want a piece of the action.
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Conveniently located on top of the Causeway Bay MTR station, this flexible workspace in situated in the heart of Hong Kong’s business, shopping and dining district – in other words, the best place to entertain coworkers and clients alike!
Jongno Tower is one of the most prominent buildings in the city and is renowned for its breathtaking design by the famous architect Rafael Viñoly. At 33 floors high, this stunning building stands out from the crowd.
This brand new business hub in Taiwan’s modern metropolis boasts state of the art interiors and luxurious private offices that any business would be proud to call home.
Located on the top floor of a three storey shopping mall, this workspace is an exciting location for startup and established business scene alike. It’s just a few steps from BTS Phra Khanong Station and contains spaces to rest, relax, and revive, not just work.
You’ll be relieved to know each office suite and workstation is air-conditioned at this flexible workspace in Sydney. It’s also ideally located and within easy access to a range of cafes, shops and Sydney’s Central train station and Oxford Street.
Raffles Place, Singapore
Singapore is known for its ‘work hard, play hard’ attitude, but this mixed-use workspace brings the two spheres together under one roof – offering options for every industry, workstyle and budget. Raffles Place is the centre of Singapore’s Financial District and is located south of the Singapore River.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This business centre offers affordable small office spaces in a collaborative environment. Occupiers can choose from; hot desks, dedicated desks, private suites and virtual office space. Just North of the building is the beautiful Perdana Botanical Garden – a must see for anyone doing business in the city!
This gem in the heart of the bustling Central Business District is surrounded by Fortune 500 companies and gorgeous parks. Private offices, coworking space, breakout areas, conference rooms…this modern development has it all.