Working is hard—and #adulting in general even more so. The "office space" of today isn't at all like the gray cubes of before, and we know you're always on the lookout for the next cool spot to get your hustle on. Coworking spaces are notorious for cooking up every gig imaginable to make your "office" an actually enticing place to work in; so much so that real work sometimes takes a step back. One coworking space is taking it back to the roots while keeping it just as cool-looking as always.
Work.able's newest branch in Bridgetowne IT Park, Quezon City is located at the retail hub of Exxa and Zeta Tower. The Scandinavian-inspired interiors are in line with the space's main purpose: to get you functioning, minus all the unnecessary frills.
Aside from an expansive coworking space for hot desking, the 1,400 square-meter work.able branch also has areas for groups. There are huddle areas, meeting rooms, office spaces and even a Town Hall you can rent for events and workshops. Plus, theres also a game room-slash-meeting lounge.
This coworking space is located at the second floor of the tower. You can drop in any time from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to work. A hot desking seat will cost you P250 for half-a-day while a dedicated desk is at P550—but you can plant your backside there for the entire day. No worries if you're staying for a while as a pantry and showers are also there for you to use should you need it.
If you're missing wide open spaces, then maybe the ultra-high ceilings of this work.able branch will help with that. The common spaces have ceilings four meters up—typical offices will have it at around 2.8 meters high, says Catalina M. Sanchez, vice president for Business Development and Marketing of Robinsons Land Corporation.
You may want to bookmark this spot for the next time you're looking for a coworking space out in the Metro! Happy hustling, guys.
(Source: https://www.spot.ph/newsfeatures/the-latest-news-features/81176/workable-bridgetowne-coworking-quezon-city-a4362-20200303, March 03, 2020)
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