Anti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond SoAnti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
Anti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong’s small businesses consider backup offices in Kowloon as they look to relocate from protest hotspots

  • Comparatively cheap offices in Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon Bay and Shek Mun are most likely to benefit from the trend, says Patrick Mak of Knight Frank
  • Office landlords are expected to lower rents in the new year as businesses downsize and re-evaluate their needs amid the economic slowdown
Topic |   Hong Kong property
Anti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond SoAnti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
Anti-government protesters set the entrance of Whampoa MTR station on fire, on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
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