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York House is a BEAM Plus Platinum Certified prime office building in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central business district, housing prominent international financial, legal and professional services firms. Photo from Hongkong Land

Global law firm returns to SGX-listed Hongkong Land’s portfolio

White & Case moving to York House, property under Hongkong Land.

Global law firm, White & Case, has expanded its footprint in Central, Hongkong after moving to York House, one of the prime office buildings under SGX-listed property management firm, Hongkong Land.

This means the law firm returns to Hongkong Land’s portfolio, allowing the property management company to reinforce its position as a leading landlord to the legal services space.

White & Case, which has a network of 45 offices in 31 markets, is currently occupying three floors of York House, with a total net floor area of over 25,000 square feet. 

Eugene Man, Hong Kong office executive partner at White & Case, said the York House will allow their employees and clients to have access to corporate and market leaders in the leading global financial hubs.

Legal tenants rose to 31% of all office tenants and occupied more than 1.26 million square feet in the Hongkong Land central portfolio, as of 31 December 2021.

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