Co-working Space in Victoria Island

Choose from over 5 locations in Victoria Island.

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

Our hot desking solutions in Victoria Island 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 Victoria Island helps you to maximise productivity.
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Building at 3rd & 7th floors in Lagos

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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 Victoria Island

When thinking about the requirements of organisations in Victoria Island, the coworking method is a solution which is suited to many. With locations throughout the area, you will be able to benefit from the ultimate flexible working environment that coworking stands for, all in a location suited to your professional needs. Shared offices not only reduce fixed overheads, but also host a community of like-minded individuals and companies from a variety of backgrounds and industries, opening doors for creative solutions, shared learning and collaboration. Coworking space in Victoria Island can take a number of forms, from dedicated workspaces to hot desking solutions, which are available daily on a first come, first served basis.

Victoria Island is the economic and cultural hub of Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos. As one of the country’s wealthiest neighbourhoods, it attracts locals, expats and visitors alike, particularly due to its relatively calmer atmosphere, range of amenities and public safety. In recent years, many organisations have begun relocating to the island from the central business district, with firms such as Access Bank, IBM and Hewlett Packard now hosting major operations here. It is also home to a number of key foreign consulates, such as China, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. Connections of the island to the rest of the city are facilitated by an extensive road network and regular ferry services.

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.