Eaton Club opens premium flexible workspace in Wan Chai's Great Eagle Centre

From social distancing measures to livestreamed conferences and Zoom meetings, the COVID-19 pandemic has completely reshaped the way we think about how, and where, we work.

This month, Great Eagle Holdings Limited subsidiary Eaton Club has opened a new premium flexible workspace at Wan Chai's Great Eagle Centre. It's the fourth location in Hong Kong, following two in Central's Champion Tower and another at Langham Place in Mong Kok, and offers another option for anyone from freelance professionals to those who question whether a centralised office is still a necessary line item in their company budgets.

Eaton Club Wan Chai offers 17,000 square feet on the third floor of Great Eagle Centre and offers room for over 200 people. Located near the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Wan Chai MTR station, it offers convenience of location and caters to all businesses, from SMEs to corporations. Currently, the space is occupied by a variety of enterprises from the e-comm, FinTech, IT, advertising, and insurance sectors.

The space offers all the accommodations of a modern work environment, and beyond: in addition to standard office functionality, Eaton Club Wan Chai also provides entertainment facilities, a gym, a video game room, and a breast-feeding room. With the concerns that 2020 has brought for all, significant hygiene and safety measures are also in place to ensure peace of mind for tenants. 

“We have strong confidence in the prospect of premium flexible workspaces in Hong Kong as we have seen a substantial growth in business despite the pandemic. Eaton Club aims at providing a premium service and working environment as well as fostering engagement through our community events to address diversified demands of enterprises,” said Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club. “With the encouragement from our existing customers, we look forward to bringing the prestigious brand of Eaton Club to other locations in Hong Kong, followed by the plan to expand to overseas market in the coming years.”


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