Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam
Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam

As Hong Kong tenants call the shots, can work-from-home inflict more damage to office market?

  • Hong Kong office vacancy rate rose to a six-year high in March amid economic slump
  • Cramped homes like nano flats may not support long-term remote working arrangement, some consultants say

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam
Can a successful experiment with work-from-home during the pandemic encourage more companies to trim or abandon office space in the world’s most expensive market? Photo: Nora Tam
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