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Your Guide to Co-working Spaces in the Metro

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Do you want to boost your productivity, but you have a prolonged internet connection at your home? Are distractions at home like your comfy bed or your favorite fridge prevent you from getting things done?

Co-working spaces might be your option to cross off everything on your to-do list. Study shows from The Journal of Vocational Behaviour, work-from-home setup might be more stressful than working on-site. Suggest that stress from the workplace should be separated from the comfort of home. 



If you’re looking for co-working spaces, don’t worry. We got you covered. We have prepared a list of the top co-working spaces in the metro.

Note that all schedules and fees are subject to change. Please check their websites and social media pages for any updates.

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WeWork

Locations (4): 5th, 11th, and 36th Avenue in Taguig and RCBC Plaza Makati                
Business Hours: 9 AM – 6 PM 

WeWork is a global co-working spaces company that delivers state-of-the-art lounges and deluxe private offices. A stylish and conducive work environment is the name of the game for WeWork in their spaces. They have over 425 co-working spaces around the globe. The total of 5 co-working spaces in key business areas of BGC and Makati.

Monthly rate – ₱ 17,000

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Acceler8 

Locations (3): Legazpi, Salcedo, and Rockwell in Makati                               Business Hours: 9 AM – 6 PM

Strategically located in the heart of Makati Cental Business District. Ideal if you have to meet several associates within the area. If you have an entrepreneur self in you, this is the place to meet like-minded people in the start-up industry.

Acceler8 is known as the home of many start-up founders in the country

Daily rate – ₱ 300 – ₱ 1,000                                                                                             Monthly rate – ₱ 2,450 – 17,800

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Loft Co-working Space Manila

Location: Meralco Avenue, Pasig                                          
Business Hours: 8 AM – 6 PM

Corporate working environment is the style of Loft featuring, a panoramic view of the Metro Manila skyline. They also offer virtual addresses for start-up businesses who want to register their business without the burden of getting an own physical office that needs to be maintained on their own. If you opt to avail of their premium monthly membership, you will have perks like legal and accounting consultation and, Loft staff are even willing to help you with your marketing report.

Hourly rate – ₱ 130

Daily rate – ₱ 550 (10 hrs.)

Monthly rate – ₱ 10,000

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107 Co-working by Macao Imperial 

Location: Dapitan Street, Manila                                          
Business Hours: 8 AM – 12 MN

Our best ally in beating our deadlines, if not coffee, I guess it’s milk tea. No worries, Macao Imperial has taken care of your refreshments. Enjoy a 10% discount on all Macao Imperial drinks if you decide to avail of their daily membership while ₱ 500 worth of consumable drinks for monthly members. 

Daily rate – ₱ 250

Monthly rate – ₱ 10,000

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Launchpad

Location: Commerce Avenue, Filinvest City, Alabang                                     Business Hours: 8 AM – 6 PM

Working around the clock sure be tiring. Take a break and enjoy the lush greenery space of Filinvest Alabang that will inevitably relieve your stress. It offers the serenity you need to focus on your project and get things done. 

Hourly rate – ₱ 200 (3hrs.)

Daily rate – ₱ 500Monthly rate – ₱ 4,500



Bhive

Location: Parkhomes Subdivision, Muntinlupa City                     Business Hours: 8 AM – 12 MN (Mon-Fri);  8 AM – 10 PM (Sat and Sun)

Since it is located inside a residential subdivision, it provides you the homey atmosphere of being at home and far from any traffic noise. 

You may bring your food or conveniently delivered it without a corkage fee.
They also students discounts, and board takers, and by the way, their brewed coffee can challenge its peers for best-tasting coffee in co-working spaces.

Hourly rate – ₱ 70

Daily rate – ₱ 380

Monthly rate – ₱ 3,888

There’s no place like home, and still, the safest place we can do our work. So if you’re planning to do your job, whether in office or co-working spaces, don’t forget to wear your face mask, wash your hands, and keep your distance.

Get things done fast and work where you feel you are most safe.

References:

https://sugbo.ph/2019/co-working-spaces-in-cebu/
https://ph.phonebooky.com/blog/best-co-working-spaces-manila/
https://www.esquiremag.ph/money/industry/coworking-space-philippines-a00288-20190313-lfrm3
https://www.charityjob.co.uk/careeradvice/keep-work-and-home-life-separate/


Original article written by Joem Navarro, REBPH Intern.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

<strong>JOEM NAVARRO</strong>
JOEM NAVARRO

Joem engaged early in the construction industry while he was still in college. You can talk to him about properties and real estate around the clock. He also loves stock market trading and baking. You can see him at the park every Sunday morning.