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The Ultimate Guide To Best Co-Working Spaces in Lagos.

The Ultimate Guide To Best Co-Working Spaces in Lagos.
Written by Agboola Sodiq

Are you looking for a coworking space around Lagos? You’re not alone! Most small businesses located inside Africa’s largest city, would rather go for a co-working space. 

 Rather than work from home or spend large capital on offices, digital workers across Nigeria are embracing the co-working movement. Finding a nice hub or co-working space is a good way to kick start your small company or your freelancing business, one important factor in renting a co-working space is the price and location, you wouldn’t want to rent a expensive space at Ikeja while you stay at Ajah, other factors that should also come to mind includes; regular power supply, fast internet services and networking opportunity.

 

 

In this article you can find co-working spaces on both the island and mainland so I’m sure you would find somewhere that fits your business perfectly.

 

1) Co-Creation Hub

Co-Creation Hub, usually refereed to as Cc-HUB is a technology-oriented centre located in Yaba, the hub initially began operation in September 2011 and has since grown to be one of the best in the country. The hub also runs a free access to its facilities if you participate in the 6thfloor challenge. Fixed membership cost ₦55,000 for 3 months.

Contact

Address: 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Saboo, Yaba, Lagos.

Email Address : [email protected]

Phone number: +234 (01) 2950555

CcHub is located at 294, Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo, Yaba.

 

2) Capital Square

 

Capital square is a privately-owned coworking community in Ikoyi and Lekki, with offers ranging from daily co-working to monthly membership, Capital Square has plans that can suit whatever your needs may be.

OPEN WORKSPACE: from N3,000 /day

DEDICATED DESKS from N45,000 /mth

PRIVATE OFFICES from N100,000 /mth

Contact

Address:

2nd Floor, The Garnet, Igbo Efon Roundabout, Lekki, Lagos.

225b Ikorodu Crescent, Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Email Address : [email protected]

Phone number: 0817 22 33 774, 0817 22 33 775

 

3)Cranium One

The third co-working space in Lagos on our list is Cranium One. It is one of the best around with a shared workspace for small businesses, start-ups and freelancers. They also offer private desks for startups with more extensive space needs. Amazing facilities at Cranium One include a communal kitchen, dining area and a great community for interactions and excellent connections.

Contact

Address: 1, Towry Close, off Idejo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Email Address : [email protected]

Phone number: 01 712 0198, 08170365436

Cranium One alos provide a selection of interactive, experiential learning classes that will cover topics such as creative thinking, effective project management so individuals can develop skills that give their work and play new energy.

4) Seedspace

Seedspace is one of the best co-working spaces in Lagos, it is owned by an international co-working company that is present in over 23 locations worldwide. On the main floor, Seedspace provides a convenient environment for shared desks while the second floor is where you find the private offices and dedicated desk areas. Also at the top of the 7-storey building you can catch a glimpse of the beauty of nature while catching a break.

Co-working- 

Shared Desk: ₦35’000/month
Dedicated Desk: ₦50’000/month

Private Offices- 

₦50’000/person/month

Contact

Address: 23 Agodogba Ave, Parkview Estate, Lagos.

Email Address : nil

Phone number: 0806 435 4498.

 

5) Crea8space

Cre8 is Nigeria’s first fintech hub with coworking space facilities powered by Cafe Neo. This space focuses on fintech startups

STARTING FROM ₦5,000 per day

Contact

Address: 6, Agoro Odiyan, Victoria Isalnd, Lagos

Email Address : [email protected]

Phone number: +234 (0) 805 507 0951

 

6) Terra Kulture

 

Terrakulture offers almost everything lifestyle, from food to art and finally co-working space, it provides great ambiance. It also have a study room that is available for use. To gain access to the co-working space you need to subscribe to a monthly membership plan.

Yes, Terrakulture is a restaurant, bookshop and art gallery, but there’s also a co-working space there. It has air conditioning, stable power supply, free Wi-Fi and a lovely ambience. The study room, as they call it, is available for daily use and there’s a monthly membership plan.

You can find Terrakulture at

Contact

Address: Plot 1376, Tiamiyu Savage, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island.

Email Address :[email protected]

Phone number: +234-1-2700-588, +234-8104224137

 

7) Litcaf

Contact

Address:  E-Center, Commercial Ave, Sabo yaba, Lagos

Email Address

Phone number: 0816 690 6999.

 

 

If you have any other suggestions, feel free to add them in the comments below. 


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Agboola Sodiq

To the outside world, I'm just an ordinary geek. But in secret, I work to make my world information-safe. In order to succeed, I must become someone else... I must become something else.