Startups, small companies, individuals and tech-based organizations would rather go for co-working spaces than rent office spaces. Of all the advantages of co-working spaces in Lagos, cheaper rates seem to come first. Other advantages of renting a co-working space include; flexibility, more people to interact with (especially if you are an individual), ease of access to facilities that may be quite expensive to get by oneself.
In this article, we have compiled a list of co-working spaces in Lagos.
list of co-working spaces in Lagos
- Lagos Cowork
- Co-Creation Hub
- Capital Square
- Venia Hub
- Terra Kulture
- Stranger Lagos
- Cranium One
1. Lagos Cowork
Lagos Cowork is owned by 3invest, a Lagos-based real estate firm. It provides comfortable workspaces and some other amenities which include drinks, a vibrant community, free parking spaces, and equipment like a photocopier, printer and scanner. The support here is very commendable. Subscription at Lagos Cowork is membership based. It is situated at 24, Sikiru Alade Oloko Crescent, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos. For ₦50,000 you can secure a space for one month. Their co-working spaces cost ₦3,500 for a single day.
2. Co-Creation Hub
Co-Creation Hub is also known as Cchub. It was launched in September 2011 as a social innovation centre and it is by far one of the cheapest, if not the cheapest co-working space you can get in Lagos. Cchub is situated at 294, Herbert Macaulay, Yaba. You can gain free access to the facilities by participating in community generated challenges to earn BOUNTY points. You can also apply for fixed membership at the rate of ₦55,000 for 3 months.
LitCaf is another excellent co-working space in Lagos. It is cosy and suitable for all types of people: students, workers, entrepreneurs, freelancers as long as you need space, WI-Fi, a community and constant electric power. LitCaf is at E-Center, Commercial Ave, Sabo Yaba, Lagos.
4. Capital Square
Capital Square is the first, privately owned, solely co-working space in Lagos. Capital Square is very nice looking and super comfortable. They run a quarterly Demo Day, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas and get feedback from the community. Capital Square is currently one of the most popular co-working spaces in Nigeria with many benefits and extra services for its members.
It is situated at 114b Ilupeju Street, Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos. Another branch is at 2nd Floor, The Garnet Building, Igbo Efon, Lekki, Lagos.
5. Venia Hub
Venia Hub provides both virtual and physical offices for people. Other remarkable benefits of Venia Hub include the fact that the company offers training and seminars and also links to a number of investors to support small businesses.
6. Terra Kulture
Terrakulture is for almost everything lifestyle. Talk about food, books, art and yes, a co-working space. The ambience here is lovely and the comfort is unmatched. The study room is available for daily use. You have to subscribe to a monthly membership plan to gain access to Terra Kulture’s co-working space. Terra Kulture is situated at 1376 Tiamiyu Savage St, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Cre8 is Nigeria’s first fintech hub with coworking space facilities. It provides a meeting point for startups in technology, venture capitalists and established banks to collaborate. It also provides workspaces for young startups and businesses.
8. Stranger Lagos
Stranger Lagos is located at 3, Hakeem Dickson Street, Lekki Phase One, Lagos. At Stranger Lagos, there is an opportunity to express yourself in fashion and style, a place to have fun and meet a vibrant community of intelligent and smart people.
Seedspace is one of the most exotic co-working spaces in Lagos and Nigeria as a whole. It is an international co-working company with its branch in Lagos Seedspace Lagos comes with shared desks, private offices, dedicated desks, and lots of open spaces for events. To think that there is also a pool and gym to make this a more fun co-working space.
10. Cranium One
Another excellent co-working space in Lagos is Cranium One. It is a shared workspace for small businesses, start-ups and freelancers. There are also private offices desks for those with more extensive workspace needs. Other facilities at Cranium One include a communal kitchen, dining area and a great community for interactions and excellent connections.