WeWork has opened its another location in Kwun Tong and will continue to strengthen its footholds in Greater China, with more locations across first- and second-tier cities are expected.
Located atÂ Two Harbour Square in Kwun Tong, the latest addition in Hong Kong is the company’s first ever location in Kowloon. According to WeWork, the expansion aimed at connecting with more creators, amplifying synergies in the Greater Bay Area and catering to businessesâ evolving needs in the region.
“The recent opening of Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link and the upcoming operation of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will tie Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen together and enhance the free flow of goods, capital, information and talent,” said Alan Ai, general manager of WeWork Greater China.
“The WeWork community in the Southern China region will be strengthened with stronger cross-boundary member connections, business collaboration, knowledge and cultural exchanges among the creators in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, as well as globally.”
Apple Daily reported that WeWork will increase its capacity in Hong Kong up to three times next year. Also, WeWork’s will open another office atÂ LKF Tower in Central by the end of 2018. Currently, HSBC and Chow Tai Fook are some clients of WeWork in Hong Kong.
WeWorkâs Two Harbour Square location occupies the top two floors with a distinctive sea view of the Victoria Harbour, providing over 900 desks at the hot desk area, communal space, private offices and conference rooms. In addition, the space will boast an exclusive use of the rooftop terrace â suitable for member entertainment, external private bookings and wellness events.
Apart from Hong Kong, WeWork will also welcome its first even location in Shenzhen on 19 October.
WeWork currently has more than 50 locations in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Hong Kong, providing more than 20,000 members with space, community and service through physical and digital offerings. By the end of 2018, WeWork will expand to Wuhan and will continue its growth to cities such as Guangzhou and more in 2019.