Singapore Office Space Options
Serviced Office / Business Centres
Serviced office is ideal for small companies looking for a low startup cost option, flexible lease terms,
and prestigious business address.
Fully furnished and equipped with all amenities vital for business operations
No capital expenditure required
No long-term financial commitment
Share common office facilities such as copy machines, conference rooms, meeting rooms, etc.
Prestigious business address
Flexible growth option as you can take up additional space as you grow.
A convenient transportation option as most are located in close proximity to MRT stations.
Renting a conventional office in Singapore usually means renting empty office space that you will need
to furnish on your own with furniture, IT infrastructure, utilities, manpower, etc.
Customized your own office space
Security of longer-term tenure
Much wider choices of locations and buildings for leasing
Government-Owned Commercial Buildings
Government owned premises can offer you stack-up factories, technopreneur centres, incubators for start-up
companies, business parks, hubs for research & development and entrepreneurial activities, warehousing
space, industry clusters such as the Jurong Island chemicals hub, wafer fabrication parks, advanced display
park, two biomedical parks, logistics hubs for aerospace, chemical, general warehousing industries and even
dedicated food factories.
Virtual office solution offers you an office experience without the physical space. A typical virtual office package in
Singapore will provide your business with the use of a corporate business address; dedicated phone/fax numbers,
personalized telephone answering; mail handling; and the use of private offices/meetings rooms/secretarial services
on an ad-hoc basis.
Entrepreneurs operating from home requiring an official address for credibility
Entrepreneurs headquartered abroad that need to show a business presence in Singapore but don't plan
to hire any staff
Small startups that have setup a physical office at a budget location but require a business address at a
prestigious location for corporate image purposes.
If your business operates on a very small scale, you might want to consider working from home. Typical users of
Home Offices include individual entrepreneurs, consultants, real estate agents, lawyers and company employees
working from home. Singapore’s Home Office Scheme allows people living in a private or HDB property to conduct
small-scale businesses within their homes, as long as their business activities do not fall under the scheme’s