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JustCo to open China Square Central space

It is slated for opening in Q4 2019.

Co-working outfit JustCo has announced that it will be occupying the entire 2nd floor at China Square Central on 18 Cross Street in its latest move to expand its footprint in Singapore. 

Also read: Check out the largest co-working spaces in Singapore

Slated for opening in Q4 2019, future tenants will get to enjoy large event space with a platform stage, pop-up display corners for members to showcase their products, spacious hot and dedicated desk areas, bespoke suites, a JustBrew cafe and a collaboration and games corner.

The space also takes certain cultural and characteristics reference from the Chinatown neighborhood including metal work reminiscent of retro metal gates as seen in gated shophouses, and wireframe structures with plants winding around to help navigate tenants.

“We continue to explore opportunities which add to the range of options in our portfolio. We believe that the traditional commercial real estate model where each area was defined prevalently by one activity, residential, commercial or retail, will not hold. Today, the mobile millennial workforce want to work, live and play in the same area,” Kong Wan Sing, founder and CEO of JustCo said in a statement.

The latest space adds to JustCo’s growing portfolio which already counts thirteen centres located islandwide. JustGroup is the third largest flexible workspace operator in Singapore with a market share of 12% and an estimated portfolio of 331,000 sq ft, data from Colliers show.

Photo from JustCo

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