The biggest co-working new launch space in the Central Business District spans across massive floor area of fifty five thousand square feet over eleven floors in a nineteen storey tower of 140 Robinson Road and was recently launched by Working Capitol. Interestingly, more than half of the space had been taken up and the number is going up because prospective tenants are able to feel, see and appreciate the space. Another point of interest is that such working space is now attracting corporate tenants in addition to the traditional source of tenants coming from the small medium enterprises and start-ups entity.
The flagship location of Working Capitol is at 1 Keong Saik Road which has a floor area of thirty three thousand square feet spans across a row of conservation shop houses. This floor area of thirty three thousand square feet had been rented out since it was opened in March 2015 with its membership of three hundred and fifty spanning across diverse range of companies.
At 140 Robinson, Working Capitol has a seven hundred membership capacity having a hope to attract membership coming from a good mix of companies with much diversity in their profile of businesses. To date, the tenant mix coming into The Working Capitol on Robinson consists of a fintech laboratory by a bank, real estate management services and health and wellness start-up companies.
The Working Capitol at 140 Robinson, unlike The Working Capitol at Keong Saik occupying space which sprawls horizontally across a row of shop houses, is occupying vertically across few levels with the first double ceiling two levels being the reception areas. In addtion, there is also allocation for retail and food and beverages business on the first floor where there is also duplex unit. The Working Capitol at Robinson also has a member’s lounge which is also open to the public.
There is a sky garden on the eighteenth floor which is open all The Working Capitol at Robinson members. Also on the eighteen floors are six exclusive penthouse suites which are intended to be leased to companies desiring own privacy in their workspaces. These private workspaces come with dedicated meeting rooms and lounge area well equipped with the necessary relaxation and washroom facilities. The workspaces in each suites can cater to the working space need of fifteen persons and also has ever flexibility to increase the work desks as and when required.
The Working Capitol at Robinson is designated with its fair mix of workspaces catering to a wide variety of collaborative work and for meeting and mingling within its working and business community. There are quiet workspaces specially catered for those who need quiet space to focus on their work without any distraction. On the thirteen floor is the members’ reception area and on the fifteen floor is dedicated for collaborative work. On various floors are twelve mobile phone booth for those who need to make video or phone calls. The most quiet work place is found on the fourteen floor called the ‘Pin Drop’ area catered to those who need maximum concentration and focus on their work. Members of The Working Capitol at Robinson is well served by many of its common amenities which include nine meeting rooms, a twenty metre lap pool on level six and the sky garden. Members of The Working Capitol at Keong Saik can also access to these amenities without having to pay any additional charges.