IWG expands to multiple locations in 2024

International Working Group has announced the upcoming opening of its eight new locations in 2024.

Regus Nepo Center at Angeles, Pampanga will span across 1,292 sqm and is set to open its doors in Q2 2024. It is one of six new Philippine centers to open by July 2024.

HQ Triumph Building will introduce a new 700-sqm modern workspace to Quezon City. Similarly, HQ Mahi Center in Cebu will provide a 1,000-sqm working environment, including modern private offices, dynamic meeting rooms and coworking areas.

Spaces PNB Makati Center, meanwhile, will feature 2,050 sqm at the Penthouse of the PNB building.

FLEXIBLE workspace solutions are consistently increasing in popularity

Also set to open in the first half of next year are Regus AMA Tower Residences — a 336-sqm hybrid workspace, designed for limitless creativity and productivity, in Mandaluyong City — and Regus Dona Elena Tower — an 840-sqm modern workspace for the businesses and entrepreneurs of Manila. 

As the demand for hybrid working rapidly accelerates, IWG will introduce a 987-sqm center at Regus Adriatico Square in Manila and a 1,610 sqm flexible workspace at Regus PMI Tower in Makati next year.

This year, IWG already launched Regus Downtown in Cagayan de Oro, Regus Colours Town Center in Las Pinas City, Regus Festive Walk Mall in Iloilo, Regus Triumph Square in Quezon City and Regus The Garden by Pacific Ace in Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

“The Philippines is a fast-growing, dynamic market and we’re seeing rapidly growing demand for hybrid working solutions amongst businesses of all sizes,” Lars Wittig, IWG country manager for the Philippines, said. 

Metro Manila’s office and cowork footprint has reached 239,000 sqm as of Q3 2023.

With four out of five Filipinos preferring the hybrid work model — and flexible workspace solutions consistently increasing in popularity — Metro Manila’s office and cowork footprint has reached 239,000 sqm as of Q3 2023.

This accounts for around two percent of the total leasable workspace in the country’s capital region. 

“With our deep understanding of the market and our industry-leading technology, we are working closely with real estate partners and investors to fuel our growth in The Philippines, sharing the same vision to provide world-class workspaces to millions across the country,” Rowena Natividad, IWG’s growth and development head, added.