Second Colony co-working space set to open at KL Eco City

PETALING JAYA (March 13): Luxury co-working space Colony is set to open its second space at KL Eco City in June, Colony Space Asia co-founder and executive director Timothy Tiah told today.

Dubbed [email protected], the over 20,000 sq ft space is spread across five floors. It can accommodate an estimated 300 guests and will feature Colony’s unique monochrome design and signature chic interior.

Aside from meeting rooms, there will be nap rooms, nursing rooms, massage rooms, kids’ areas, and an in-house café among its facilities. The total investment cost of [email protected] is RM4.6 million. 

Colony's first office, [email protected]KLCC located in Jalan Kia Peng opened in July last year.

According to Tiah, KL Eco City is located in the heart of what is considered the New Golden Triangle, a prime and prestigious location for Colony’s next step in becoming one of the leading co-working space providers in Malaysia.

An integrated rail system comprising Abdullah Hukum LRT and KL Eco City KTM, new link bridges and ramps accessing Federal Highway and New Pantai Expressway as well as a two-tier internal road system, enables seamless connectivity to major hubs such as Bangsar, Midvalley City, and Damansara.

Timothy Tiah

There are extensive retail options at its doorstep while the new mosque, Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum is also close by, said Tiah.

The office also offers an entire floor for events which will able to host up to 250 pax at a time.

“The definitive purpose of Colony is to revolutionise the traditional expectations of working and more importantly, to empower life at work itself.

“We strive to achieve this by creating unique and beautiful spaces with teams that deliver exceptional service and hospitality, and in which people feel they can achieve things even beyond their own imagination," said Tiah.

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