Loft Spaces, Inc., a provider of serviced offices and coworking spaces in the Philippines, celebrates the opening of its newest location on the 29th Floor of One Corporate Center, Ortigas.
Ortigas Center, Pasig City, 10 September, 2018 - Loft Spaces, Inc. has expanded once again; first launching coworking spaces on the Penthouse floor of One Corporate Center in December 2017, then opening private offices on the 8th floor on March 2018, Loft now has an additional location on the 29th floor, available as instant, plug and play workspaces.
With 20 newly built suites ranging from 5 to 19 desks per office, the suites are fully furnished and comes with complete serviced amenities. In each suite, there are comfortable desks and chairs, personal locked drawers, ample sockets and ready to use data and voice cables. Other features are business grade Internet and WiFi, scheduled housekeeping and 24-hour security and CCTV monitoring. These premium amenities also include daily complimentary access to a conference room, access to Loft’s lounge area, roof deck balcony, meeting rooms, free-flowing gourmet coffee, IT support, admin assistance, business services, and many more.
As an introductory promo, Loft is offering two months free for private office clients that will sign up for a two year contract.
Loft’s spaces are designed to encourage focus and productivity from freelancers, to traveling businessmen, to burgeoning startups, and even established companies. Bypassing the inconvenience of setting up their own office, Lofters have the opportunity to direct their efforts into growing their business, or simply collaborate with like-minded teams in the Loft community.
The team behind Loft has been working hard to establish its presence in the office real estate industry . “We are just in our first year and so far, we’ve built an office every four months. Next year, we plan to go from 2400 sqm, to over 10,000 sqm within the next six to seven months. And we’re doing that with a different kind of tech-driven business model that the Philippines hasn’t seen yet,” said CEO Tiger Bitanga.