No18, the top-end stablemate of flexible office giant Regus, is set to open its first Asian location in the third quarter of this year, after leasing 20,600 square feet (1,913 square metres) near the island nation’s City Hall metro station.
Picture an office. You’re probably thinking of linoleum, green walls and a gloomy atmosphere that you need to travel down a congested motorway to get to, day in, day out. But a workspace can, and should, be so much more…. Read More>>
Things are getting quiet on the mainland as authorities continue to step up enforcement of home sales restrictions in a crackdown first launched in late June. During September home sales fell by 3.6 percent in terms of floor space, marking… Read More>>
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The race to open new co-working centres in Hong Kong reached another milestone last week when IWG-owned Spaces debuted its second new venue in the city within the last month.
The 37,500 square foot (3,483 square metre) Spaces Wai Yip… Read More>>
Regus has launched a new location in Singapore’s Jurong East business district, as the biggest flexible office provider in the city-state continues to build up its network.
Regus, a brand of London-based IWG, now has a total platform of 385,000… Read More>>
The way in which we think about offices, how we work, and how we improve productivity, has been changing. Demand for co-working space has been part of this transformation as businesses are waking up to the fact that shared office… Read More>>
As $20 billion co-working startup WeWork expands into Southeast Asia, the company behind the world’s biggest serviced office operator is ramping up its flexible workplace presence in Singapore.
Spaces, the co-working arm of European flexible office giant IWG, which also… Read More>>
Asian cross-border capital flows are at the top of the news again today, as Hong Kong-based CLSA is moving into Europe by partnering with a London-based asset management player. Singapore’s acquisitive sovereign wealth fund is making a slightly shorter trip… Read More>>
The continuing rise of flexible office providers leads Hong Kong’s real estate news again today as Regus is said to take up two floors in a former industrial building in the Kwun Tong area of Kowloon East. Also in the… Read More>>