Expect your morning cuppa from Omotesando Koffee and pantry essentials by The Providore

Co-working spaces are popping up everywhere in Singapore, some boasting sophisticated designs, while others take pride in their own F&B offerings. This upcoming one from Hong Kong combines the best of both.

The Work Project from Hong Kong is making their first overseas venture to Singapore on Jun 1, calling the prime Raffles Place area their home. It will be called The Work Project Downtown, and will take over the fourth floor of the OUE Downtown Gallery, an exciting new retail mall opening soon, and which is connected to the OUE Downtown office tower. Expect a staggering 230 private workstations, 100 hot desks and 120 collaboration spaces at The Work Project, which, when open, will likely be the biggest co-working space in Singapore.

F&B establishments here are no afterthought either. The popular Omotesando Koffee from Japan–making their debut in Singapore–will be serving up their brand of confectionaries and coffee at the space. Gourmet food retailer The Providore will also be cooking up an exclusive menu filled with salads, soups, sandwiches and light desserts, as well as being in charge of stocking up the pantry.

Membership plans start at $295 per month for the 10-day access and $450 for full access. Check out artist impressions and images of the place below. 

Check out 13 other hot co-working spaces in Singapore here.