Common Ground aims to revolutionise the traditional workplace in Malaysia by joining in the growing community of communal work space providers. Common Ground wants to create a space that can act as a one-stop office solution for anyone who wants to build their dream, especially small businesses and start ups.
This venture is a result of a partnership among a dynamic group of entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia: Erman Akinci from Catcha Group; Juhn Teo, CEO if Guocoland’s Tower REIT; Roen Cian Nagapan of The Roof; and Rabin Nijhar of Cisco (M) Sdn Bhd. Common Ground is also backed by Catcha Group, a leading Internet group in Southeast Asia, as well as Masteron Group, one of the regions leading property developers.
Common Ground is situated in a 17,000 sqft penthouse in Damansara Heights with panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur city and is only a 2 minute walk from the newly opened MRT station. It will feature over 50 private offices along with meeting rooms, hot-desking zones and an extensive communal café and lounge area. The space is easily converted to a versatile event area that will allow both members and outside parties to hold seminars and talks, designed to encourage group knowledge sharing and community building.
Amenities include printer / photocopier, lockers and storage, fast internet / wifi, mailing and post handling service, restaurant and food court, and a gym in the same building. The space also offers 24/7 access and the flexibility of month to month membership rates.
Overall, it seems that Common Ground is set to cater to the ever-growing start up and small business industry by offering an alternate solution to the usually costlier and more rigid structure of a traditional work space. The concept seems likely to attract many small business, especially the current younger crowd who prefer spaces with more flexibility that can nurture creativity.
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