Work Folk Private Offices Makati CBD

A fully furnished private office for 6 in a brand new collaborative working space

9F M1 Tower, 141 H.V. Dela Costa, Salcedo Village, Makati

1-6 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 08:00 - 18:00
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed

For teams looking for their own space, our Private Offices are the perfect spaces to ensure privacy and work flow without cutting into your budget. With all-inclusive fees, clients no longer have to worry about paying multiple bills or hidden fees at the end of every month. Private offices are also fit out with essential furnishings such as desks, work chairs and mobile pedestals. Membership for Private Offices come with all the great perks the space has to offer such as 24 hour office access, high-speed internet, 6-hour use of meeting rooms free of charge (on a per month basis), 15% off on event space rentals, unlimited drinking water, coffee, tea, etc. and a flexible leasing program that will help your team get things going instead of worrying.

24/7 Access24/7 Access
Airconditioning UseAirconditioning Use
Biometric EntryBiometric Entry
Business AddressBusiness Address
Chairs and tablesChairs and tables
Document ScannerDocument Scanner
Elevator accessElevator access
Meeting roomMeeting room
Office SuiteOffice Suite
Parking spaceParking space
Reception AreaReception Area
TV ScreenTV Screen
Wifi AccessWifi Access


Hi, I’m Jaja!

With the growing number of entrepreneurs and companies looking for flexible workspaces in Manila, FlySpaces can help you lock down the perfect workspace for your business.

If you’d like to talk about workspaces in Manila, please feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] or +632 359 3225


Makati City is the economic center of the Philippines and the leading commercial hub of the Metro Manila region. Known for its skyscrapers and greeneries, this urban ecosystem makes an attractive location for businesses to set up office from startups to multinationals. This central business district houses international embassies, the Philippine Stock Exchange, and major shopping centers under the Ayala Corporation.