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Global workspace solutions provider IWG has opened their 25th centre in Singapore at HarbourFront Tower Two in a partnership with local investment company Seraphim Holdings. This centre, managed under the Regus brand, will add to the other workspace solutions IWG offers in Singapore – Signature, Spaces, and No18.
Located between Keppel Bay Tower and Harbourfront Tower One, the 16-storey office building is in close proximity to Harbourfront Centre and VivoCity. On the top floor of Tower Two lies the cable car terminal, connecting Sentosa Island to Mount Faber.
Regus at HarbourFront Tower Two houses 11,000 sq ft filled with 180 workstations, 48 dedicated desks, 33 private offices, and five meeting rooms all on the 11th floor. Jeff Kwan, Chief Investment Officer at Seraphim Holdings, comments that “HarbourFront Tower Two sits at the centre of the ongoing transformation of Singapore’s southern coast, which offers a gateway to a vibrant environment that integrates work, life and play seamlessly.”
The new centre is also IWG’s 10th workspace outside the city centre since the completion of Regus at Hiap Hoe Building in Balestier in March 2022. Darren Rogers, country manager of IWG in Singapore, further notes that “Across Singapore’s decentralised districts, we continue to see a strong demand for flexible workspaces being driven by the rise of hybrid working.”
The recent launch of IWG’s 25th center in Singapore at HarbourFront Tower Two is further testament to the rising demand for flexible workspaces resulting from the shift to hybrid working. IWG’s Regus offering at HarbourFront Tower Two provides a vibrant and gateway-like environment, where work, life, and play can be integrated seamlessly. With the completion of IWG’s 10th workspace outside the city centre, the decentralized districts of Singapore enjoy an increased demand for flexible workspaces providing workforces with a balanced and adaptive infrastructure for the decentralized workforce of the modern world.