The Hive Coworking Spaces Clarke Quay / Robertson Quay
The Hive - New Bridge Road
59 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059405
Mon-Fri: 09:00 - 18:00
Sat: 09:00 - 14:00
The Hive Singapore occupies four floors of three combined shophouses, which until recently used to house Expedia. Luckily the shophouses were converted sympathetically but in a way that created large open spaces, perfect for creating a comfortable coworking environment. The Hive Singapore, New Bridge Road, is the latest addition to the network of coworking spaces that we are building across Asia. From our beginnings in Hong Kong, then Bangkok and now Singapore, we plan to open new locations in cities across Asia. By joining the Hive, you become part of Asia's most dynamic and diverse coworking community. Whether you are a member in Bangkok, Hong Kong or Singapore: when you travel you can make use of any Hive location as a base for working, or to hold meetings. Weâ€™ll even issue you with a Hive Passport, which gives you free access to all our other locations.
Part time hot desk $250
Full time hot desk $450
Dedicated desk $550
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With the growing number of companies looking for flexible workspaces in Singapore, FlySpaces can help you lock down the perfect workspace for your business.
Clarke Quay is a unique conserved historical landmark located along the iconic Singapore River. It is within walking distance of the ClarkeQuay and Fort Canning MRT Station, making it well accessible by public transportation. Comprising five blocks of restored shophouses and warehouses, Clarke Quay plays host to more than 60 restaurants, wine bars, and entertainment spots.
Johnny Lee - Dec 2019
Having a manager, Ryan Warner, flaunting his tattoos in a coworking space is plain irritating because he is not respecting other white-collared tenants sharing the same office. The Hive is an entrepreneurial environment where it is common for fellow tenants will be meeting their respective customers who might be conservative. There is no need to display your arm tattoos, an act that is reeking of insecurity. COVER THEM UP like what they do in schools and banks! If exposed tattoos are freely accepted in a professional workplace in Singapore, you will start seeing tattooed teachers and bankers, which is not the case. If your intention is to prove what a badass you are, then The Hive is not a suitable place for you to flash about. The more authentic place will be Kallang Airport, Tanjong Rhu, Yishun 10 or Rochor Bay, where I doubt you dare to swagger.