IWG Opens 4 Coworking Centres

IWG Opens 4 Coworking Centres In Hong Kong

HONG KONG – IWG is poised to launch another coworking outlet in the city after opening three coworking centres recently. The move increases the company’s presence in Hong Kong to 21, reported Mingtiandi on Monday evening (17 July, SGT).

In June, IWG opened a new coworking centre spanning 21,191 sq ft under its flagship Regus brand in Grand Century Place Tower 1 in Kowloon, Knight Frank’s Senior Director for office strategy and solutions Jonathan Wright told the news outlet. That space was previously occupied by rival Ucommune.

Known as Regus at Grand Century Place, the outlet at 193 Prince Edward Road in Mong Kok offers hot desks, private offices, board rooms, and meeting rooms with prices starting from HK$3,250 per person per month for private offices.

On 1 August, the coworking space operator is poised to officially open a 22,175 sq ft outlet under its HQ coworking brand in K11 Atelier King’s Road in North Point. Wright shared that HQ at K11 Atelier is a tie-up between IWG and developer New World Development. The partnership targets small occupiers seeking to secure a workspace in the 22-storey Grade A office building, while also providing amenities to office tower’s current tenants.

The upcoming opening of HQ at K11 Atelier comes shortly after IWG unveiled a new coworking centre under the same brand in Causeway Bay’s Leighton Centre last month.

The company’s newly opened outlet in the Leighton Centre tower offers about 15,000 sq ft of office and coworking space, as well as event space, meeting rooms, and two exterior balcony areas

Finally, IWG opened a 8,200 sq ft coworking centre in June under its self-service brand Open Office at the China Huarong Tower at 60 Gloucester Road in Wan Chai.

“Our expansion comes as both businesses and employees embrace flexible work solutions and continue to seek hybrid work arrangements, reaping the benefits of hybrid working’s people-centric approach in improving productivity, lowering operating costs and reducing carbon footprint from shorter commutes,” IWG’s Country Manager for Hong Kong Paul MacAndrew told Mingtiandi.

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