Spanning 22,700 sqft, the workspace offers 60 private offices and 270 workstations.
International Workplace Group (IWG)’s latest Spaces offering is a 12-floor coworking tower located at 200 Hennessy Road that provides a calming environment in a bustling commercial district surrounded by restaurants, bars and stores.
Coworking membership starts with a 24-month contract priced $3,980 a month, but interested tenants can consider renting a one-person office space for $5,648 monthly.
The 22,700 square feet wide workspace offers nearly 60 private offices and 270 workstations on top of flexible hot-desking memberships. It also provides functional amenities like two meeting rooms, a two-storey business club with semi-private meeting booths and communal tables. Tenants can stop by the outdoor balcony for a whiff of fresh air.
Like other Spaces locations, Spaces Hennessy Road incorporates a contemporary European design aesthetic rooted in minimalism to provide a “defined yet refreshing look.” Upon entry, one will be greeted with curated background music designed to facilitate focus and concentration amongst workers.
Its community team would provide professional knowledge to tenants to help enhance their business. They have also been holding monthly drinking sessions where tenants can connect with each other and relax. IWG has expressed plans to host a wider variety of activities at Hennessy Road in the future.
“IWG believes that business success is underpinned by the effectiveness and happiness of its people. To achieve this, the group delivers easy-to-use real estate solutions, with a full suite of support services to enable people to focus on their core business and enjoy a great day at work,” IWG Hong Kong area director Nancy Yip told Hong Kong Business.
“Spaces is all about its inspiring community of entrepreneurs. Within the local Spaces locations, a vibrant and energetic tenant community furnishes work life and create opportunities for its tenants,” Yip said.
Since entering Hong Kong in July 2018, Spaces has opened in five locations including Causeway Bay, Kwun Tong, Wong Chuk Hang, Sheung Wan and Wan Chai. IWG has also expressed plans to expand to 30 cities across Asia Pacific, including eight new cities by 2019.
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