DMCI HOMES is considering opening more co-working spaces at its condominium developments, after it opened a shared workspace facility at its Lumiere Residences in Pasig City last month.

DMCI Homes Vice-President for Project Development Dennis Yap said the introduction of the co-working space feature at the three-tower Lumiere development is one of new services being considered by the company to help residents adapt to the “new normal.”

“Although it’s not part of the original plan, we are allotting a co-working space to make it more convenient for our residents to do their work, business, and school chores in the comfort of their community,” he said in a statement.

The co-working space, located at the condominium’s West Tower mezzanine level, can be used by residents and tenants for a “minimal” fee. It is open from Monday to Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The facility offers strong and stable internet connection and other amenities such as a virtual mailbox, a photocopying machine, and a printer.

Registered residents and tenants can make reservations at the Property Management Office on a first come, first served basis.

There will be QR codes for user login and recording of time, and plastic barriers and partitions to ensure social distancing. Users will be required to wear face masks.