A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu
A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu
Lucia Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Lucia Leung

Hong Kong landlords turning into co-working space operators a trend to watch in post-coronavirus era

  • A situation of oversupply coupled with intense competition has been exacerbated by US-China trade tensions, social unrest in Hong Kong and the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Landlords could be best placed to exploit the next wave of co-working space growth, when business activity resumes to normal levels

A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu
A space abandoned by WeWork in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district. Photo: Pearl Liu
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Lucia Leung

Lucia Leung

Lucia Leung is associate director of research & consultancy for Greater China at Knight Frank