Jakarta finally caught up with other cities in Asia to provide its creative minds a working space that breaks the boundaries of cubicles and rigid working hours. Co-working offers a solution to the problem of isolation that many freelancers experience while working at home, while at the same time letting them escape the distractions of home. Check out these working spaces in Jakarta and socialize with creatives from different industries, collaborate, let ideas collide!

1. Coworkinc

Located in the heart of Kemang, this custom-built coworking space is spacious and can be home to both small and large companies workers with many shared working spaces, from office desks, lounge chairs and even bean bags. There is also a self-service pantry/kitchen on site, perfect fixing yourself a quick snack.

One of the best perks is that Common Grounds coffee has a tiny café in this space. Giving you café-quality coffee and professional office space all in one!

Address: Wimo Building 3rd fl., Jl. Kemang 1/No 7, Jakarta
Phone: (021) 71770061
Hours: 09.00-21.00
Facebook: coworkinckemang
www.coworkinc.net

 

2. Kedasi

KEDASI’s area consists of 1 main dedicated space with 18 hot desks, 1 smaller dedicated space kecil with 8 hot desks, 2 private offices for those who want better privacy, 1 meeting room, and 1 game room. Supporting facilities include high speed fiber-optic Wi-Fi, document printing, coffee and tea free flow, and personal lockers.

KEDASI is located in Slipi, West Jakarta, an area where a number of local start-ups are based, earning it the nickname “Slipicon – Valley”. Located not far from 4 major universities in Jakarta, Kedasi is only 15 minutes away from Sudirman, Senayan, Kuningan, and Gatot Subroto. A great and affordable solution for your business.

Price List : Rp. 30,000/hour
Rp. 150,000/day
Call or click kedasi.co.id for monthly price list and more information.

Address: Jl. Cempaka Atas no. 24, Jati Pulo – Kota Bambu Utara, Tomang, Jakarta Barat 11420
Phone: +62 21 2940 1112 / +62 81908983838 / +62 81808389450
Hours: Monday-Friday 07.00 – 21.00, Saturday 09.00 – 16.00 (by appointment)
Email: ask@kedasi.co.id
www.kedasi.co.id

 

3. Kekini

Opened in May 2016, this is the newest co-working space around, occupying a refurbished colonial house in Central Jakarta, hence its tall ceiling and spacious area. With meeting rooms, high speed internet, coffee from Soma Coffee by Javanero. From its opening to June, 2016 for Saturday-Sunday, 07.00-17.00 WIB, you can try the facilities for free.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 09.00-20.00 WIB.
Website: kekini.org
Facebook: Kekini Ruang Bersama

 

4. Greenhouse

This new co-working designs its space in a stylish and open manner to spark ideas and nurture a community of smart creative people. As you enter the place, you will be welcomed by the interior that has been carefully designed to provide a natural and harmonious vibe. It features a 9-meter high ceilings, cafe & bar and a 360-degree view of Jakarta’s skyline.

Designed by Ang Xin Wei, Head of School, LaSalle the leading design college in Singapore. The interior also features natural materials such as wood, unfinished stone, and a lot of living plants.

Greenhouse
25th Floor Multivision Tower
Kuningan Mulia Lot. 9B, South Jakarta 12980
Phone: +62 21 3043 6000
www.greenhouse.id

 

5. GoWork Thamrin


The new workspace at Thamrin is a dynamic force which combines community with elements of work, life, and play. By integrating space and technology, GoWork is strengthening the bonds of community, which is inherently what coworking is all about.

The interior is designed by an award-winning designer, Revano Satria. For many who dreamed an office with big windows and natural lights, you can start enjoying it at GoWork.

GoWork
Chubb Square 9th Floor
Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.10
Jakarta 10230

+6221 3000 6718
www.go-work.com

Open Hours: Mon- Fri: 9.00 AM – 6.00 PM

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