ATLASPACE launches first seaview flagship workplace in Hong Kong

ATLAS, a leading full-cycle operator of grade-A office buildings in central business districts, has opened its first flagship workplace under the name ATLASPACE at Harbour City.

ATLASPACE offers one-stop, flexible,tailor-made workplace solutions from co-working space for start-ups to private-offices which can accommodate between 5 and 30 employees of small companies as well as large enterprises.

The workplace has a gross floor area of 50,000 sq.ft with a 180 degree panoramic view of Victoria Harbour. The design concept revolves around a “cruise” sailing to seven continents and five oceans, which is used to capture the extensive harbour view. Adjoining both Sun Life Tower and Prudential Tower, the Workplace forms the shape of an “8”.

Event space

Co-working space

The Workplace is complemented by six multi-functional conference rooms equipped with comprehensive IT communication facilities to support business conferences worldwide. In addition, the break-out area, lounge bar, quiet room (Magic Hub), and other functional areas, alongside high-quality furniture and high-tech equipment, foster a unique office experience.

Office setting

“ATLASPACE in The Gateway, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong is our strategic location to expand our business. With the opening of the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link at the West Kowloon Station and support from our workplaces in key cities across China, our current and potential members will find it more convenient and accessible to build and expand their businesses across the border and to the overseas market,” said Chen Sze Long, CEO of ATLAS.

He added: “We will continue to expand our footprint in China and the overseas market, aiming to provide more support and services to our members and partners.”

ATLAS now has 22 projects across mainland China and Hong Kong including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing and Xi’an, and will continue to expand the footprint to overseas markets including upcoming projects in Vietnam.

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