7 Coworking Spaces in the Metro

Freelance professionals and other flexi-employees truly enjoy the pleasure of working wherever they want. There are certainly lots of benefits having this kind of working conditions since people have the freedom to choose where they want to work. Whether they choose to stay in the comfort of their home, in a coffee shop, or wherever they find themselves most productive.

However, sometimes, people need a different environment to set the right mood for productivity. Your usual coffee shop might be getting to old and crowded for you, or your house just feels too comfortable to do anything.

Coworking spaces is the trend and is the apt solution for freelance professionals. These spots are built to enhance productivity and you can meet other hustlers, too!

Here are 7 coworking spaces in Manila that you should check out:

1. Warehouse Eight


Warehouse Eight is a fresh, conducive space for coworkers who are looking for a cozy and homey environment. The place is very young and upbeat ideal for creative designers and writers. They offer space rentals for a per seat basis, semi-private cubes, and serviced private office spaces.

Warehouse Eight rates start at Php 500 per day and Php 6,500 per month for a single seat basis. Rates include access to coworkers space, lounge, bean bags, pantry area with wireless internet and free flowing coffee.

Visit warehouseeight.com for more details.

Address: Warehouse Eight B-8, La Fuerza Plaza, 2241 Chino Roces Ave, Makati City


2. Impact Hub Manila


Impact Hub is an international brand of coworking office that recently opened its doors in Manila last 2015. They offer inspiring and flexible coworking and meeting spaces for private and public functions. Memberships vary on the number of hours preferred. Huge discounts are given to long-term memberships.

Impact Hub Manila rates start at Php 2,900 per month with access to shared spaces in four different branches, high-speed wireless internet access, free flowing coffee, and printing and office supply stations.

Visit impacthub.ph for more details.


SM Aura Office Tower, Bonifacio Global City
Uptown Place Tower 2, Bonifacio Global City
Rufino Pacific Tower, Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Rockwell Business Center Tower 1, Ortigas Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City


3. Co.lab


Co.lab is the perfect place for workers who enjoy building connections and collaborations with other visionaries. Being a big supporter of startup communities, co.lab also holds regular events such as talks and workshops to help and promote startup entrepreneurs. They offer part-time or full-time passes for single or group coworkers.

Co.lab rates start at Php 500 for day passes and Php 2,000 for weekly passes on a single seat basis.

Visit colab.ph for more details.

Address: Unit 301, 3/F Three Brixton Building, 3 Brixton St., Pasig


4. A Space Manila


What started as a coworking headquarters in Greenbelt Makati, A Space now has multiple branches in Metro Manila and Cebu. Membership includes more than just a space to work at, but other services such as legal advising and workshops. Renting a dedicated desk entitles you access to your workstation 24/7, how cool is that?

A Space Manila rates start at Php 9,000 per month with 24/7 secured access to Cowork lounge and facilities, free flowing tea and coffee, high-speed FIBER wireless, IT desk support, personal lockable storage, and A Space membership.

Visit aspacemanila.com for more details.


110 Legazpi Street, Makati City

3F + 4F, Molave Building, 2231 Chino Roces Ave, Makati City

Fort Strip, 3/F, corner 20th and 7th, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

Crossroads Cebu, Gov. Cuenco Ave., Kasambagan, Cebu City


5. Launch Garage


Launch Garage is a place built by people who have been part of the local and global startup industry for over 20 years. Their belief is that the key for exponential growth is to gather bright people together in one place, hence, Launch Garage ensued. They offer single and cluster seats, office bunks, and meeting rooms.

Launch Garage rates start at Php 450 per day and Php 2,500 per month for a single seat.

Visit launchgarage.com for more details.

Address: 2F Industria Mall, Circulo Verde, Libis, Quezon City


6. O2 Space


More than just a coworking space, O2 Space declares their place as a success environment that offers professional work spaces, services, and amenities. They offer space rentals on per month or per day basis. Aside from this, they also offer virtual office space for individuals or businesses in need of a business mailing address.

O2 Space rates start at Php 448 for 4-hour pass and P672 for a whole day pass inclusive of high speed wireless internet access, desk space and free flowing coffee.

Visit o2space.ph for more details.

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


7. vOffice


vOffice or virtual office provides a business office address, professional receptionist, and meeting venues for individuals and business. They also offer premium work stations for coworking. They now have 6 offices and Metro Manila and Cebu.

vOffice rates start at Php 1,300 for Silver Plan inclusive of premium business address with mail reception, notification and forwarding, and meeting venue usage.

Visit voffice.com.ph for more details.


10/F-1 Fort Legend Tower, 3rd Avenue & 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City, 1632 Taguig

10/F-1 & 20/F-1, One Global Place, 5th Avenue & 25th Street, Bonifacio Global City, 1632 Taguig

26/F-A Rufino Pacific Tower, 6784 Ayala Avenue corner V.A. Rufino Street, 1226, Makati City


Coworking and virtual offices are truly modernizing the way people work and develop businesses. It gives more channels for growth and innovation and it opens endless opportunities to build connections and collaborations. Make sure you check out these office spaces for your working space needs.


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