Both offices have state-of-the-art facilities and modern working environments.
CBRE Hong Kong relocated to two new offices at One Pacific Place in Admiralty and at International Trade Tower in Ngau Tau Kok, according to a press release. The workplace design is based on a “city and park” concept inspired by Hong Kong’s unique traits.
The company had two offices before the move, one on the Island and another in Kowloon. However, CBRE saw the need to provide a technology upgrade for better efficiency and more mobility, privacy for confidentiality and focused work, support on health and wellbeing of employees, as well as an active workplace to build a more collaborative and transparent culture.
With the latest double relocation, the 22,500-sqft office at One Pacific Place has consolidated CBRE’s workforce onto one single floor from the previous two-and-a-half floors, whilst the International Trade Tower office provides close access to clients from the heart of Hong Kong’s CBD2.
Both offices feature state-of-the-art facilities and modern working environments designed to enhance both employees’ and clients’ experiences. The workplace design strikes a balance between urban development and nature. Local design elements can also be seen especially in the wall art, neon light signs, one-of-a-kind reception desks and some graphics.
Collaboration and meeting spaces are equipped with high-spec technology. Half of the work desks are also height-adjustable, providing ergonomic support. Secluded focus areas provide a quiet environment for heads-down work, whilst compact phone booths are used for private conversations and small group chats.
The office also has RISE Café, operated by The Coffee Academics, which caters to different types of gatherings, and can visually connect two of our new locations through large live-feed LED TV screens.
CBRE’s regional managing director of The Greater Bay Area and Hong Kong Tom Gaffney, told Hong Kong Business that they are looking to create more cross-team collaboration to drive business growth in their new office.
By: Janine Ballesteros
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