In our Space, we support these core values: COMMUNITY. COWORK. CREATE. and COLLABORATE.
Most Filipinos who decide to work from home usually would need a fast Internet connection and a quiet and comfortable environment to work productively. But one thing that I’m sure we miss about working in a company is the day-to-day interaction with other people. As the saying goes, no man is an island. This is where coworking comes in. Coworking is defined by Google as the use of an office or other working environments by people who are self-employed or working for different employers, typically so as to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge.
For students, freelancers, data encoders, and virtual assistants near Paranaque who want to cowork, fret not for your prayers have been answered. On the second floor of Pergola Mall, BF Paranaque, lies the first coworking space in the area.
The Common Space is now open to serve you from Monday to Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. However, if you need to do an all-nighter, they are open until 5:00 a.m. during Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays; just add PHP 200.
According to Sherryn, one of the staff at The Common Space, their services are the following:
Here is why The Common Space is ideal for businessmen, freelancers, data encoders, and students: you would have a place to hold meetings, seminars and workshops and the place is student friendly too, as they have special prices for students who are looking for a place to study and do their thesis that they can concentrate and focus.
Providing its customers with a quiet and comfortable ambiance, The Common Space’s “perks” doesn’t stop there. If you are the type of worker who doesn’t only need fast Internet, but also the use of a meeting room for example or maybe a fax machine or a printer for your materials, then there is no need for you to rent a full office space or a cubicle that would force you to buy office equipment because (yes!) you have The Common Space to go to! On a minimum amount of PHP 200, you don’t just get to have fast Internet connection, but also free use of a printer, scanner, and fax machine.
To add to that, their coffee is “overflowing,” so if you live on drinking coffee, that’s another perk The Common Space can give you. For people who get hungry easily though, don’t worry because they have neighboring fast-food chains and restaurants.
Surrounded by succulents and inspirational quotes, the place is conducive not only for customers to have their creative juice running but also for them to still keep going no matter how hard whatever they are studying or working about.
For more information, you may reach out to them through the following:
Physical address: Unit 203, The Pergola Mall, Aguirre Ave., Cor. Gaches St., BF Homes, Parañaque City
Tel: (02) 776-4838
Mobile: (0977) 857-5155
You can also check their website: http://www.thecommonspace.ph