Co-working Space in Abuja

Choose from over 5 locations in Abuja.

A Regus co-working space is ideal for those requiring maximum flexibility.

Our hot desking solutions in Abuja are designed for agile working, allowing you to choose between a reserved or unreserved workspace, depending on your needs. A great option for freelancers, start-ups or SMEs, Regus co-working space in Abuja helps you to maximise productivity.

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A prestigious island suburb directly south of central Lagos, Victoria Island hosts the gleaming offices of the city's leading businesses.

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Known as the Beverly Hills of Africa, Ikoyi is a Lagos suburb that is renowned for its multitude of lavish houses, hotels and boutiques.

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Notable for its substantial manufacturing sector, Trans Amadi's neighbourhood has benefited from a swathe of new residential developments.

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The commercial heart of Abuja, the Central Business District is also home to many administrative, diplomatic and academic institutions.

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About co-working space in Abuja

When on the lookout for coworking space in Abuja, your search begins with the attractive portfolio of workspaces on hand through Regus. Whether you are hot desking or reserving a dedicated desk, coworking spaces offer opportunities for networking, learning and creative collaboration. Shared offices bring together individuals from a range of different backgrounds and industries, creating a coworking environment suited to all professionals, whether they be entrepreneurs, small businesses, freelancers or something else. With a wide selection of locations across the city catering to unique needs and offering a range of access options, shared office space is both a contemporary and budget-conscious operational approach for the modern firm.

Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria and home to just over 2.4 million residents. This strategically positioned metropolis boasts a well-developed financial sector, as well as legal, communications, technology, and retail services. Several multinational firms have established local operations here, such as Deloitte, Huawei, Oracle, Nokie and GE. In addition to federal government institutions, the city also hosts key offices for GT Bank, APIN, the Abuja Electricity Distribution and Bank PHB. It is served by an extensive and well-maintained highway network, offering connections to the A2 and A234 motorways, in addition to the Lagos-Kano Standard Gauge Railway. Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport also provides daily access to both domestic and international destinations.

What’s available

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Desk space whenever you need on a first come, first served basis.

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Your own dedicated desk, with all the benefits of a full-time office in a shared office space.